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by Daniel Herriges | January 23, 2018
We need to solve our housing affordability problems, but not by ignoring context and embracing “orderly but dumb” means.
by Strong Towns staff | January 23, 2018
The Iowa Department of Transportation helps educate the public with this video explaining why reducing an urban street from 4 to 3 lanes can be a win-win for drivers and pedestrians.
by Spencer Gardner | January 22, 2018
Doing the math on a routine, uncontroversial street paving project reveals an investment that will never pay for itself, in a city that has thousands of such investments. That we do it anyway reflects the cultural consensus at the root of our towns’ financial problems.
Upzoned Podcast | Kea Wilson and Chuck Marohn | January 11, 2018
Almost every suburban house has one. But is the home garage an American institution or a national disgrace?
by Logan Meyer | January 24, 2018
Which neighborhoods in Denver are paying their share of the city’s infrastructure costs, and which ones aren’t? A Strong Towns reader did the math.
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