Here's what got the most reads this week on our site:
by Charles Marohn, September 6, 2016
America has an infrastructure crisis, but it's not the one you think it is.
by Johnny Sanphillippo, September 6, 2016
Does anyone think the folks in the $700,000 suburban homes would be living there in anything like their current circumstances if they had to pave their own roads and pump water up to their own homes? Does anyone believe these homes would be worth $700,000 without the heavily subsidized public infrastructure?
by Rachel Quednau, September 7, 2016
Strip malls are not the result of the free market choosing a preferred development pattern; They're the result of government regulations.
by Ben Kaplan, September 7, 2016
Simple adjustments to neighborhood design could make these places far more walkable. But continuing to design with only cars in mind will remove what little walkability there is.
by R. John Anderson, September 8, 2016
I am serious about recruiting architects, planners, engineers, activists who consider themselves to be urbanists (new or otherwise) into the ranks of the small developer cohort because I think it is the best way for an urbanist to have an impact in a place they care about.
(Top photo by Johnny Sanphillippo)