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by Nolan Gray | February 27, 2019
Not every city’s situation is the same—but just about every city that needs more homes could benefit from one or more of these policies.
by Jordan Clark | February 21, 2019
In a “sort-by-price” world, you should be careful getting into a race to the bottom. This applies as much to cities as businesses.
by Charles Marohn | February 25, 2019
Modern Monetary Theory suggests that recessions can be avoided – along with lots of unnecessary pain – if policymakers will commit the resources to preempt them. Sounds like the same promise the Forest Service made fighting fires last century.
by Daniel Herriges | February 26, 2019
Making Room: Housing for a Changing America is a new report from the AARP and the National Building Museum that explores how the way Americans live together has changed—and how our housing stock hasn’t, but could.
Strong Towns Podcast | February 25, 2019
Speed enforcement won’t fix what’s actually a street design problem. And the way we use speed enforcement as a tool to accomplish other goals unrelated to speeding ends up not making anyone safer.
(Cover photo from Making Room report by AARP and the National Building Museum)