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by Charles Marohn | June 24, 2019
A new study on the “perception gap” between America’s two major parties gives some hope that, at least at the local level, we can find ways to work together, despite our differences.
Upzoned Podcast | Kea Wilson & Charles Marohn | June 21, 2019
Strong Towns has been urging cities to end single-family zoning for ten years. But are cities listening?
by Daniel Herriges | June 26, 2019
Mixed-use, walkable neighborhoods have enduring appeal, are more financially productive than auto-oriented places… and we still don’t allow nearly enough of them to be built. A new study surveys the landscape of walkability in America’s large metropolitan regions.
by Robert Sulaski | June 25, 2019
America has an excessive infrastructure problem—and perhaps nowhere is that more clear than in places like the massive, center-less city of Palm Bay, Florida.
Ask Strong Towns Webcast | Charles Marohn & Kea Wilson | June 24, 2019
Once a month we host Ask Strong Towns, a members-only live Q&A webcast. Here’s the video and audio from this month’s, with answers to questions about small-town debt, big-city taxes, accessory dwelling units, why maintenance is so important, and whether there’s such as thing as too much maintenance.
(Cover photo by Johnny Sanphillippo)