A lot happened on the Strong Towns Network while I was unplugged last week. Here's a list of some of the highlights to help you catch up along with me.
- Alex Cecchini starts a conversation about really narrow streets in 19th Century Hypotrophic Streets.
- A fascinating conversation about accessory dwelling units started by Sophia Katt.
- Our friend from Southern California, Walt Chambers, asks about streets that kill pedestrians.
- Peter Forbes has asked for some advice on an op-ed he prepared for his local paper.
- A really important discussion by Stephen Stofka regarding the financial solvency of streets.
- And yesterday I added some additional thoughts from Monday's blog on negative advice and creating a new path for the planning/engineering professions to use.
The Strong Towns Network is a social space for those that want to work at implementing a Strong Towns approach in their communities. We're all trying to figure this out together -- there's no charge to sign up -- and anyone sincerely interested in discussing these ideas is welcome to join us.