Columbia is a planned community in Maryland. It was opened in 1967 and designed as a group of ten self contained villages. The concept was James Rouse’s way of making the city feel like a small town. Each village has walking and biking paths in addition to shopping centers and recreational centers. This photograph shows one of the villages paths and public land.
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Cities and towns -- Community -- Maryland -- Columbia;
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Smolski, Chet, "Columbia: Walkways, Park" (2011). Browse All. 530.
pedestrian traffic, planned communities, public spaces