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by Strong Towns | September 11, 2019
A Youtuber who goes by donoteat01 brilliantly uses the Cities:Skylines video game as a storytelling tool — in this case, to help us understand the ugly human consequences of the postwar urban freeway-building era.
by Daniel Herriges | September 6, 2019
We hear it everywhere we go: people want, and cherish, the kind of complete neighborhood where you can meet most of your daily needs within a 15-minute walk. What will it take to create more such places in North American cities and towns?
by Charles Marohn | September 9, 2019
The Strong America Tour starts this week with a swing through the Pacific Northwest. Here’s what to expect.
by Spencer Gardner | September 9, 2019
Two very different buildings in Spokane illustrate the unfulfilled promises of the post-war suburban experiment and the potential for new life in even the unlikeliest of neighborhoods.
by Daniel Herriges | September 11, 2019
A new report on the interstate highway system from the Transportation Research Board of the National Academy of Sciences is not propaganda for the road-building industry. So why does it still read like it is?
Top photo of Spokane via Eric Muhr.