With development beginning to take shape in Downtown Utica, serious pedestrian and cycling infrastructure concerns need to be addressed
Catering to new residents and small business owners rather than big ticket development and tourism creates stronger urban spaces
Michael John Heagerty, a community leader in Syracuse, spends a few hours exploring Bagg’s Square in Utica.
I haven’t driven in 3 months, and in that time, I’ve learned a lot about my city, about cars and about myself.
Invest in attractions for visitors, or livable space for residents? The balancing act is a growing struggle for cities.
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