The Red Wing, Minnesota Comprehensive Plan completed by Hoisington Koegler Group in 2007 is recognized as a model planning effort with sustainability directives seen as "game changing." The plan is formulated around the notion that community vitality is dependent on livability factors such as green infrastructure, walkability, transportation alternatives, social interactions, and cultural destinations. The plan flips on its head the normal practice of building a comprehensive plan around anticipated community growth and instead determines key amenities to preserve as a framework within which growth will occur. As part of the plan, HKGi conducted a walkability audit to determine how walkable to community actually is (with some striking results). In this regard, plan directives will cause future development and infrastructure investments to occur within walkable districts with compact development and clear service and amenity destinations.