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City dwellers gained more access to public spaces during the pandemic – can they keep it?

By Katharine Lusk, Co-Director, Initiative on Cities, Boston University
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COVID-19 has underscored the value of parks and public spaces. A new survey shows that US mayors have gotten the message, but post-pandemic plans for public spaces remain largely undefined.

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