This week, we interviewed the president of the Bike Peoria Co-op. Learn about this unique initiative.

This week, we interviewed the president of the Bike Peoria Co-op. Learn about this unique initiative.

Check out our most popular content from this week:

Why Greenspace is Different from a Park

by Andrew Price | May 22, 2017

Greenspace is not the same as a park. This example from Jersey City, NJ shows you why that's the case and how to build better parks in the process.

Plan Everything but how to Pay for it

by Charles Marohn | May 22, 2017

Cities need to be given the responsibility -- and the ability -- to fund their own local transportation improvements.

The Big Urban Mistake: Building for Tourism vs. Livability 

by Arian Horbovetz | May 25, 2017

Should cities invest in big projects in the hopes of increasing tourism, or should they invest in the people that have already taken a risk by moving back into their long-dormant downtowns?

Why America can't make up its Mind about Housing

by Joe Cortwright | May 23, 2017

We are profoundly conflicted as a nation when it comes to housing: we want it to be affordable, but we also want its prices to rise fast enough to be valuable as a financial investment.

This Bike Co-op is Helping to Build a Better Peoria

by Rachel Quednau | May 24, 2017

The Bike Peoria Co-op offers neighbors affordable access tools to fix their bikes and training in bike maintenance skills. It's 100% volunteer run and 100% financially supported through its own efforts.

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(Top photo by Arian David Photography)


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