The video explains, in simple terms (probably simple enough that a 10-year-old could understand them), why our cities are going broke in spite of what appears to be economic development and growth.
The models used by highway engineers to analyze traffic congestion are woefully inaccurate and result in the creation of lanes and roads we don't need.
Earlier this year, our friends at Urban3 showed us something so ridiculous and so indicative of our current land use problems that we had to share it with you...
A fetish with density is spiking the rising tide of housing demand in cities like Portland. To make housing affordable, we have to deal with the cause of the spike.