Here are our top stories from this week at Strong Towns:
Nathaniel Hood, May 10, 2016
Here is a quick how-to guide for dealing with people who claim your city lacks adequate parking.
Strong Towns, May 9, 2016
Hays, KS carries on the Strong Towns message with this concise, impressive document that communicates the trouble with the current growth pattern and its impact in Hays. We think you'll find it useful.
Rachel Quednau, May 11, 2016
Biking is so often framed as something people do for exercise or leisure, but this data shows biking has value and purpose far beyond that. (This one generated a lot of conversation.)
Michael Lewyn, May 12, 2016
A recent Newsweek article on urbanism is chock-full of nonsense. Michael rebutts the arguments point for point.
Charles Marohn, May 9, 2016
The silly saga of getting water to my local airport is a case study in the failure of orderly but dumb project development.
(Top photo from Wikimedia)