Here's what everyone was reading on our site this week:
by Daniel Herriges | August 30, 2017
These 5 harmful myths about Houston's land use planning need to be put to rest.
by Sarah Kobos | August 28, 2017
My plan was always to leave Oklahoma for lovely, liberal Portland. It didn’t work out that way, but I got something much better by hanging around.
by Arian Horbovetz | August 29, 2017
Many towns seem to be under the false impression that if you back a dump truck of development money into an area that is not ready for it, it will instantly lift the neighborhood.
by Charles Marohn | August 31, 2017
Anyone suggesting that more wetlands or more pervious surfaces would have done anything to mitigate what has happened in Houston is lacking a proper sense of scale.
by Charles Marohn | August 28, 2017
Advancements in cognitive science are challenging how we think about urban design.
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