At CNU 21, two teams squared off against each other in a great debate over the proposition, "To be successful, a city must have transit." Mike Lydon and Ian Rasmussen argued in favor of the proposition while Andrew Burleson and Edward Erfurt argued against. Three judges weighed in with their thoughts and reactions; Howard Blackson, Hazel Borys and John Anderson. With Chuck Marohn moderating, what turned out was both informative and entertaining.
An interview with John Backman, author of Why Can't We Talk?: Christian Wisdom on Dialogue as a Habit of the Heart. John blogs at www.dialogueventure.com and can be found on twitter at @backwrite.
Tony Dutzik of the Frontier Group, one of the authors of A New Direction; Our changing relationship with driving and the implication's for America's future, talks with Chuck Marohn about the impacts of peak driving on transportation policy, budgets and America's cities.