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As cities face new challenges and opportunities, more and more urbanists are turning to “outsiders” like Strong Towns and Market Urbanism for new ideas.
In the end, the controls we need for cars are simple and colossal.
These Rochester neighborhoods offer simple lessons that every town can employ to improve its economic success and wellbeing.
As our cities experience decline and tension, as frayed budgets cut back on what governments are capable of delivering, people need to be allowed to turn the bad party in their cities, towns and neighborhoods into a good one.
Your membership supports us financially and that is important, but it is critical that our movement be expanding simply in raw numbers as well. Where we are today, with the resources we need to secure to take the next step, the validation of a growing movement cannot be understated. It is the difference.
Our members are not just reading our stuff, they are out there making things happen. Supporting the Strong Towns movement is supporting them.
A group of Strong Citizens in Columbus, GA used Strong Towns ideas to inspire a redesign of a commercial street to be safer and more economically productive.
To see how Strong Towns is changing your city, all you have to do is lace up and go.
Strong Towns provided a foundation for residents in this Shreveport, LA neighborhood to fight back against a harmful and expensive highway project.
The growth of the Strong Towns message in media outlets across the nation is a testament to the power of our vision and it's ability to change America.
I'm part of the Strong Towns movement because the fundamental tenets of this organization have challenged my assumptions about the design and construction of infrastructure more than any lecture or syllabus.
Rational consideration of what it means to live in a built environment, colliding with other humans has been Strong Town’s gift to me.