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Innovative changes to urban areas are occuring rapidly, spurred by social media connectivity that has launched "livability" initiatives that are adding parks, green plants, bike lanes, and other transportation and environmental enhancements to cities. The goal is both to enhance their own living area while also attracting residents back to urban cities. Much of the change, when you think about it, is actually a suburbanization of cities. People living in the suburbs already have green all around them, whether it is their own yards or the big park down the street and along their drive to work or in their school playgrounds. Urbanists want that sense of fresh air and ability to connect and meet with neighbors more easily. Hence, the suburbanization of urban areas, creating meeting areas and bringing more green to the city.