Success is about way more than growth.
Our cities are struggling financially, but we don't have to accept decline as inevitable. There are things we can do today -- right now, even with our tight budgets -- to improve their financial health.
And in the process, we can make our cities, towns and neighborhoods better places to live, communities that give people more options for success, a higher quality of life and the capacity to serve each other as neighbors.
When you run out of money, you are forced to think differently. Thinking differently is the starting point for building a strong town.
Transportation in the Next American City
Updating America's approach to transportation in difficult economic times.