In case you missed it....
This week, we talked about an experiment in Louisville, a dangerous street, and Amazon.
When choosing between a narrow one-way couplet and a large stroad, one-ways get my vote every time.
Increasing affordable housing doesn't have to require millions in public dollars or fancy new construction.
Does Amazon help towns become stronger or less strong? Kea Wilson and Chuck Marohn discuss.
Could legal challenges be a way to fight dangerous road design?
The mental model that says traffic levels are some inexorable natural force like the tides, which must be accommodated or else, is just wrong.
A major corporation bends the will of a city, but this time it’s not to build low-value fast food restaurants or streets wide enough for semi-trucks, it’s to build safer, more walkable streets that will encourage economic growth.
Strong Towns' work on infrastructure spending just got a shout-out on CNBC.
When citizens who care decide to stand up for something they believe in, the built environment affects where they instinctively gather. Does your town have a public place that's ready for revolution?
Hang out with other #StrongCitizens in our free and open online forum.
Apply today to be a debater in our upcoming live debates at the Congress for the New Urbanism in Seattle.
The consequence for minor lapses in judgment shouldn’t be death.