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by Daniel Herriges | September 5, 2018
If your growth strategy only works as long as wealthy people live in your town, your growth strategy is deeply fragile.
by Aubrey Byron | August 31, 2018
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.
by Andrew Price | September 6, 2018
Incremental approaches are often cheaper, faster, or have less risk than sudden approaches. Let’s explore different types of incrementalism.
by Charles Marohn | September 4, 2018
If we want to fix crony capitalism, what we really need is to localize capital.
5. Bird Cages
by Joe Nickol | September 4, 2018
A tactical urbanism success in Cincinnati demonstrates the ability to solve problems on our streets—in this case, parking for dockless scooters—by rapidly prototyping solutions in low-cost, low-risk ways.