Here's what caught your eye this week at Strong Towns:

Deck Chairs on the Titanic

by Charles Marohn, April 25, 2016

Proposed changes to federal rules on congestion mitigation reaffirm that real responses to the complex problems we face will only come from our cities, towns and neighborhoods.

How (and Why) to Make Your Church Bike-Friendly

by Sara Joy Proppe, April 25, 2016

Whether your church is urban, suburban or rural, these 6 ideas can help you promote bikeability in your community.

What are you doing, Maine?

by Charles Marohn, April 27, 2016

Maine's response to a serious road maintenance funding emergency is to cling to AASHTO’s archaic code book while projecting a value system of improve, Improve, IMPROVE, even going so far as to assume massive traffic increases where there is little traffic today.

Time to Change the Default

by Nate Hood, April 27, 2016

Pedestrian safety programs acknowledge a problem, but fail to truly solve it.

MTA Pulls the Plug on APTA

by TransitCenter, April 27, 2016

The country’s largest transit agency is withdrawing from the country’s main transit trade association. What does that tell us about the state of public transit in this country?

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