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by Charles Marohn | July 17, 2017
The line between optimism and reality can be a fine one to walk.
by Rachel Quednau | July 17, 2017
If there's public perception that a new development is opposed, then opposition will grow—even if the initial outcry was only coming from a few loud, angry people.
by Spencer Gardner | July 18, 2017
The real impetus for the invention of zoning regulations was a desire to protect and enshrine the single-family home as the most virtuous and sacrosanct urban form.
by Kea Wilson | July 19, 2017
You can build a whole island designed for human-scaled transport, but if there’s no feedback mechanism to tell people not to bring their cars, they'll just drive anyway.
by Dana DeMaster | July 19, 2017
Yes, it's possible to have a community meeting where resident voices are heard, while experts and professionals get their say as well. Here are several tips for how to do that.
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