We're pleased to announce two upcoming webcasts as part of our #SlowtheCars conversatoin:
Your chance to ask the Strong Towns staff anything that’s on your mind.
Alan Mallach wrote the book on how post-industrial cities became so drastically divided. And on March 21st, you can ask him anything.
We'd love to have you at one or both of these webcasts!
To participate (i.e. listen live and ask questions) in the Gross Negligence presentation on February 1, become a member of Strong Towns today and you'll receive an invite.
To participate in our conversation with Jeff Speck on February 15, simply sign up here.
Strong Towns members receive invitations to all our webcasts via email. Already a Strong Towns member and still need an invite? Contact Director of Community Engagement, Kea Wilson.
(Top photo source: Michigan Municipal League)
Two simple photos show the difference between a street simply designated 20 miles per hour, and one actually designed to be safe. We can't regulate our way to safety.
As a cycling advocate, I avoid talking about the times when riding a bike in the city is scary, because I don’t want to deter would-be new riders from giving it a try. There’s only one problem with pretending I’m never afraid: it isn’t true.