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by Rachel Quednau | September 5, 2017
Plus one story that will inspire you to build something better.
by Charles Marohn | September 5, 2017
For extreme events, we can't measure risk, but we can measure fragility. Cities that want to protect themselves from extreme events need to become less fragile. They need to adopt a Strong Towns approach.
by Nate Hood | September 6, 2017
A new redevelopment plan for an empty site in St. Paul, MN has pitted neighbors against neighbors, and blurred the lines of typical narratives that explain opposition to urban development.
by Rachel Quednau | September 6, 2017
WPVI-TV Philadelphia reports that a "girl chatting on FaceTime [was] struck and critically injured by [a] car in Abington." The real culprit is the road design, not her phone.
by Kea Wilson | September 7, 2017
Transportation options are not a zero sum game. Better bike access might actually make life easier for people with disabilities.
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