Next week Chuck and Jim will be in the Los Angeles area, our first Strong Towns trip to California since 2012. We're working really hard to get to Northern CA yet this year -- keep your eyes open for that.
KEEP INFORMED ON WHEN WE'LL BE SOMEWHERE NEAR YOU.
SOME STUFF FROM THIS WEEK YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED.
Some solo podcasting from Chuck this week on the Week Ahead as Rachel takes some (well deserved) time off. A review of recent events, some book recommendations and a teaser announcement.
The White House takes aim at some of the our cities' worst development practices.
Breaking down the numbers to construct a truly affordable housing model.
It was going to be great, but it didn't turn out like the planners said it would.
Traffic calming, local government and parking lots were among the most popular topics this week.
Yes you can become a small-scale developer. Here are three stories of everyday people who took the leap.
In this interview, Jonathan Holth discusses his work and vision for a better downtown Grand Forks, ND, as well as his perspective as a small business owner and a parent, working to incrementally build a Strong Town.
The other problem with one-way streets.
Large surface parking lots do not make good neighbors.
On Monday, September 26, Sec. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will begin the first of their four presidential debates. We'll be live-chatting throughout the event to analyze their #InfrastructureCrisis comments and anything else Strong Towns-related.
Lakewood, OH is a "walking school district." The town has never, in its history, owned schoolbuses, so streets are designed to ensure that every child can walk or bike to school.