Want to get our top five articles (plus other Strong Towns updates) in your inbox every Friday? Join our email list.
Here's what topped our charts this week:
by Rachel Quednau | April 10, 2017
Memphis is a shining example of how taking small, low-cost steps can lead to more permanent change that benefits a neighborhood and a city, without risking detrimental public backlash or precious money in the city budget.
by Charles Marohn | April 12, 2017
I'd like you to join with me and the many good people of Worcester as we mourn the passing of this amazing building.
by Marielle Brown | April 11, 2017
Get out there and start making your streets safer.
by Sarah Kobos | April 13, 2017
A neighborhood is an ecosystem, a quirky human habitat, and when it’s been damaged by generations of neglect, it probably needs help that has nothing to do with repairing roofs and bringing wiring up to code.
by Nolan Gray | April 13, 2017
What we need is not a new and improved vision of urban form but a robust liberal understanding of urban form. This transition involves shifting from thinking of cities as simple machines toward thinking of cities as complex, emergent systems.
(Top photo by Andrew Price)