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Through three case studies, the author examines how planning processes in the Research Triangle area address the issue of high density development.
Regionalism, an idea in which small communities in the Research Triangle Metropolitan Area would share resources and plan together to solve major problems, is now a hot topic in the Triangle area (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill).
The authors consider various issues of equity regarding the distribution of public services and payments in growing areas. This study looks at the distributive equality of the services' cost and benefits among the local citizens surrounding the Research Triangle Park, and the possible overflows into other surrounding communities.