Does having a dog mean you need to own a car? A new dog owner wrestles with this question.

Does having a dog mean you need to own a car? A new dog owner wrestles with this question.

Here's what got the most reads this week:

Failure to Act (Like Professionals)

by Charles Marohn, March 20, 2017

According to their newest report, the American Society of Civil Engineers would have us believe that we're failing to act by not spending enough on infrastructure. This is false.

Almost half of Americans have dogs. Do they also need cars?

by Gracen Johnson, March 21, 2017

In early January, I adopted a dog. As with many rescue stories, we ended up with more dog than we anticipated, which has put me and my new neighborhood through a rigorous test. My dog has given me a tough decision: get a car, or become the neighbor I want to be.

The Right Metric for Infrastructure

by Strong Towns, March 22, 2017

Bad infrastructure can cost you wealth and diminish a place, but the world's greatest infrastructure will not raise the quality of an unloveable place one iota.

Strong Towns Have Great Public Spaces

by Virginia Small, March 22, 2017

Collectively valuing all public places—and adequately supporting them—is essential to fostering livable and prosperous communities.

The Cork's Been Popped... What's next for your city?

by Arian Horbovetz, March 23, 2017

This is just the first step on a long and often difficult road.

(Top photo courtesy of Arian David Photography)


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