Here's what everyone was reading this week on our site:

The Isolation of Aging in an Auto-Oriented Place

by Sara Joy Proppe | April 17, 2017

By designing our cities for cars, we have created landscapes that exclude the aging.

Graphic from the Highway Boondoggles 3 report. Read the full report.

Graphic from the Highway Boondoggles 3 report. Read the full report.

What if cities purchased those big lots and sold them to small-scale developers?

by Andrew Price | April 19, 2017

If big developers keep snatching up huge plots of land in my city, I may never own a home. But if land is sold in smaller increments, that means more opportunities for small developers and home owners.

Highway Boondoggles 3 - Big Projects. Bigger Price tags.

by Strong Towns | April 18, 2017

America’s transportation needs are changing. America’s transportation spending priorities aren’t.

Are one-way streets really that bad?

by Mike Brown | April 19, 2017

In the rush to convert one-ways to two-ways, I worry we’re trending the wrong-way

Cargo Cult Planning

by Charles Marohn | April 17, 2017

We're not as smart as we think we are.

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