The Road Ahead

March 1, 2017 David Dixon

The rise of autonomous transit can unlock opportunities for urban places to grow simultaneously denser, more livable, and greener, writes David Dixon in ArchitectureBoston magazine

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David Dixon

David Dixon, FAIA, is Stantec’s Urban Places Planning and Urban Design Leader. A sought-after expert and author in urban planning and design, David is known for helping create new, mixed-use urban districts. Based in Boston, David is the co-editor of “Suburban Remix: Creating the Next Generation of Urban Places” (Island Press, February 2018).

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