Here's what was hot at Strong Towns this week:
by Jay Walljasper, July 11, 2016
From inner-city Birmingham to small town Iowa to racially diverse suburbs of LA, the walkability movement is growing.
by Matthias Leyrer, July 12, 2016
Last week, the smartphone game, Pokemon Go, dropped like a ton of bricks onto starry-eyed, nostalgic 20-something’s phones. Its unique format could catalyze an important conversation about walkability in our towns.
by Jennifer Griffin, July 12, 2016
A diverse array of housing types in each neighborhood makes Tulsa, OK a surprisingly great town for millennials with children. (The first article in this series is also not to be missed.)
by Adam Porr, July 13, 2016
Pedestrian activity is an indicator of vibrant neighborhoods and a healthy local economy. How can we transform our streets so that pedestrians feel safe and drivers are attentive and courteous to their needs?
by Rachel Quednau, July 13, 2016
Tiny homes are one way to increase housing options and improve affordability, but they also present numerous zoning and regulatory challenges for the entrepreneurial spirits trying to build them.