Here's what grabbed your attention this week at Strong Towns:

Slowing the Cars in St. Louis

by Marielle Brown, September 21, 2016

Watch how a simple and cheap traffic-calming project made a big impact on neighborhood safety and productivity. (And read all of our #SlowtheCars stories here.)

Infrastructure Spending for Dummies

by Charles Marohn, September 19, 2016

It is very likely that, within the next 12 to 24 months, your community is going to get some money for infrastructure. What are you going to do with it? (Read more about our #InfrastructureCrisis campaign here.)

Strong Towns Member and Contributor, Matthias Leyrer, on why he's Running for City Council

by Rachel Quednau, September 19, 2016

"There are simple things we could do to make this place great, and I think that’s what really fires me up."

A Town Where Every Child can Walk to School

 by Strong Towns, September 21, 2016

Lakewood, OH is a "walking school district." The town has never, in its history, owned school buses, so streets are designed to ensure that every child can walk or bike to school.

Context for the Nature Band-Aid

by Charles Marohn, September 22, 2016

Large surface parking lots do not make good neighbors.

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