Here's what topped our charts this week:

What's wrong with this picture? Find out in Jon Larsen's essay on traffic engineers.

What's wrong with this picture? Find out in Jon Larsen's essay on traffic engineers.

Traffic Engineers' Epic Fail

by Jon Larsen | April 25, 2017

The consequence for minor lapses in judgment shouldn’t be death.

At&T Pushes Dallas Toward More Walkable, Productive Streets

by Rachel Quednau | April 26, 2017

A major corporation bends the will of a city, but this time it’s not to build low-value fast food restaurants or streets wide enough for semi-trucks, it’s to build safer, more walkable streets that will encourage economic growth.

A Conversation about Amazon

April 25, 2017

Kea Wilson shared an article entitled "Why Urbanists Need to Talk about Amazon" and Chuck Marohn response with an article called "Okay, Let's Talk about Amazon Then". Catch more of this conversation between Chuck and Kea on the Strong Towns podcast.

The Latest from the Louisville Traffic Experiment

by Joe Cortright | April 27, 2017

The mental model that says traffic levels are some inexorable natural force like the tides, which must be accommodated or else, is just wrong.

Strength Test #2: If the revolution came to your town, would people know where to go?

by Strong Towns | April 26, 2017

When citizens who care decide to stand up for something they believe in, the built environment affects where they instinctively gather. Does your town have a public place that's ready for revolution?

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