In case you missed it....
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.
Watch how a simple and cheap traffic-calming project made a big impact on neighborhood safety and productivity.
A well tempered city—as explained in the book by the same name—is one where all of the components work in harmony as part of the greater composition of a city.
Plus a new Curbside Chat video.
You're invited to nominate a project for our Strongest Infrastructure Project contest.
When you hear a politician or an economist touting the payback in infrastructure spending, they are either ignorant or are feeding you cheap propaganda. Either way, we need to demand better.