Here's what got the most reads this week:
by Andrew Martin, February 6, 2017
Under our current system, non-drivers subsidize drivers. Only a fundamentally different model of road and highway funding can break us out of this prisoner’s dilemma.
by Charles Marohn, February 6, 2017
Americans increasingly view each other as good or evil. Jonathan Haidt suggests how we can get to a healthier dialogue.
by Kea Wilson, February 8, 2017
If our cities aren’t built in a way that keeps all people safe on the roads, then they’re not built well enough.
by Strong Towns, February 8, 2017
Our overextended pipe system is driving up the cost of water for households across America.
by Rachel Quednau, February 7, 2017
The Strong Towns Strength Test features this important question: If you wanted to eat only locally-produced food for a month, could you? In most towns, the answer is probably "no." Here are five ways to shift the dial in the direction of "yes."
(Top photo by Natalie Maynor)