The standard American approach to development is bankrupting towns across the country. It's time to think differently.
Demand an approach to speeding that reflects your values.
Do we size our city for the equipment we want or size our equipment for the city we want?
The kind of thinking America needs right now.
The stroad: A street/road hybrid. The futon of transportation investments.
You had one job; Johnny talks Silicon Valley and its strange suburban pattern; increased development and reduced traffic counts? It's working in West Palm Beach
Our wide streets allow us to quickly respond to the collisions caused by our wide streets.
We should spend our time obsessing why there are no people here rather than what they might to wrong if they showed up.
Decorative lights without place is just bling without a soul.
A successful federally funded project to build handicap accessible street crossings.
This is what success looks like when highway standards are applied to city streets.
A special thanks to Urban 3 for the data on this one.
The complexity of humanity always makes better places than the simplicity of cars.
Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex and more violent. It takes a touch of genius, and a lot of courage, to move in the opposite direction.