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An Interview with Seth Zeren

An Interview with Seth Zeren

"At Strong Towns, there's this recognition that we're all coming from different backgrounds, but we all recognize we share these principles. We're all co-participants in this process. The objective is not to train a cadre of city managers to run towns; it's so much more than that." - Seth Zeren

The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead

Chuck Marohn and Rachel Quednau review last week at CNU and share some reflections on Detroit. Plus they respond to some argumentative comments on a recent article.

A promise impossible to keep

A promise impossible to keep

What is going on in the doughnut of despair surrounding downtown Detroit is not a policy choice. It is a consequence of policy choice. There is no bringing back the illusion of wealth or, to paraphrase Tomas Sedlacek, Detroit can not get back its unsustainability.

Top Stories from the Week

Top Stories from the Week

Popular topics this week included narrow streets, pedestrian safety and Detroit, where the 24th Congress for the New Urbanism is currently taking place.