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Memphis Infographic

Many thanks to those of you that donated to our Strong Towns in Pennsylvania fundraiser. With a little over a week left, we made our goal of raising $6,000. Wow! We're so very exciting and will be working first with our donors and then with our broader group of readers to identify potential stops and places/groups to engage when we come there in early 2013. Stay tuned....

Earlier this year I was in Memphis working with the Mayor's Innovation Delivery Team. It was a great experience that I wrote about here on the blog a few times. One of the things that came out of that interaction was a report I wrote, the recommendations of which they subsequently took and made into an infographic. I wanted to take today and share this graphic with you as it captures a lot of Strong Towns thinking in a very powerful way.

You can download a high resolution pdf of this graphic here.


If you would like more from Chuck Marohn, check out his new book, Thoughts on Building Strong Towns (Volume 1)

 You can also chat with Chuck and many others about implementing a Strong Towns approach in your community by joining the Strong Towns Network. The Strong Towns Network is a social platform for those working to make their community a strong town.

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Reader Comments (2)

This is fantastic. I'm printing it out, and I'll have it mounted or pinned up on the wall for your Curbside Chat! Really impressive stuff.

August 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJennifer Krouse

Uh... iit has some issues. Did you test this at all?

It's blurry. Even when zoomed in. The "decaying" font is a poor choice, you want crisp lettering on presentation designs.

The main problem is there's just too much here. Too many words, too many sections. Infographics are concise.

August 31, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNick Anatolian
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