Here's what was most popular at Strong Towns this week:
by Rachel Quednau | November 29, 2017
A Strong Towns member used tax data to figure out how much his local Target was actually contributing to his community.
by Chuck Marohn | November 27, 2017
The crazy distortions we see in housing and real estate won't be solved by centralized interventions, be they corporate or government. Only at the local level do we have the nuance to start creating something that works.
by Alexander Dukes | November 30, 2017
A basic universal code can help us create productive, economically successful developments while allowing for maximum flexibility for developers, business owners and residents.
by Sarah Kobos | November 29, 2017
Take a moment to stop and think: Do I really need to drive? Could I bike there instead?
by Elias Crim | November 28, 2017
In Valparaiso, Indiana, a so-called "bad" neighborhood is changing, and its residents are coming together to help direct that change.
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