A small town in Minnesota just gave an extended middle finger to one of the state’s most impotent bureaucracies.
Tonight my local city council is going to make a decision on whether or not the main stroad through town should remain a five-lane wasteland or be reduced to three lanes.
What is the next smallest thing that can be done to make what people are already doing just a little easier?
The megaproject is the least-dumb idea that consensus provides.
Here's where Strong Towns is going to be in the next couple of months + a quick summary of everything from the week.
When it comes to transportation -- specifically automobile transportation -- Texas is one of the most socialist states in the country, taxing and spending at amazing rates with an additional predilection towards borrowing enormous sums of money to build even more government-backed infrastructure.