Read our top content from October 10-14:
by Charles Marohn, October 12, 2016
Questioning 4 common arguments about why housing is unaffordable in Portland.
by Daniel Herriges, October 14, 2016
Homeowners who oppose the kinds of things that many urbanists find sensible aren't oblivious, exceptionally selfish, or deserving of being demonized. They are responding to a set of very rational incentives, and those rational incentives are at the heart of why it's going to be extremely difficult to alter the course of the Suburban Experiment in a meaningful way.
by Rachel Quednau, October 11, 2016
Recent data shows that a road diet in Los Angeles was successful in decreasing speeds and crashes while maintaining a consistent traffic volume. That may not come as a surprise to Strong Towns readers, but it did to the many critics and naysayers in the neighborhood.
by Darren Proulx, October 12, 2016
A surprising data source can offer valuable information about where there is the most need for bike lanes. And it's available in towns across the continent.
by Strong Towns, October 10, 2016
Strong Towns is seeking someone to join our team as a Member Coordination Specialist. The deadline to apply is October 21.
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