Cities for People—or Cars?

Cities for People—or Cars?

In the lead up to CNU 23 in Dallas next week, the American Conservative asked me to write a feature story on the New Urbanism. This was quite an honor. The piece ran in this week's print publication and is also now available online. 

A tragic irony

A tragic irony

Our wide streets allow us to quickly respond to the collisions caused by our wide streets.

The economic development strategy that's too cute to prioritize.

The economic development strategy that's too cute to prioritize.

Last week, I was asked to join a panel discussion posed with the question, What role does placemaking have in building sustainable communities? This gave me a great excuse to break down and map out my personal theory of change. Here it is: love and working together. Have no doubt, the triteness is not lost on me - I grimace even writing this, but I really believe there's something to it.