Seniors and the City” – Most experts agree little is being done to make cities more age-friendly, but some cities are taking steps.
Have you ever thought the walk signs at street corners weren’t long enough? Probably not. But if you’re over 65 years old, it may be a different matter. What seems like a reasonable amount of time to cross a street is more like an Olympic sprint for the elderly. It’s one of numerous issues that have grown in importance as our population not only ages but becomes increasingly concentrated in cities. continue reading>>

Source: Governing

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