The American transportation system is fundamentally messed up. But a better way forward is not only possible, it's affordable and feasible for towns big and small.
In this presentation from our 2017 Summit in Tulsa, OK, Ashwat Anandanarayanan discusses his organization's work to fight expensive and wasteful highway projects using legal action and community organizing.
"How do we focus and where do we focus our energies?" This was the question posed by Strong Towns member and urban designer Kevin Klinkenberg in his recent workshop at the Strong Towns Summit.
If you missed our recent Strong Towns Summit in Tulsa or want a recap of what happened, we've got 7 new videos for you.
I used to design big, expensive development projects. Then I realized the most successful places don't depend on huge grants and megaprojects, rather, they have strong local economies and people-oriented spaces.
Get out there and start making your streets safer.
In this podcast interview, recorded live at the Strong Towns Summit last week, Chuck Marohn speaks with Joey Durel—a Republican former mayor of Lafayette, LA—and Michael McGinn—a Democrat former mayor of Seattle, WA.
If America's dysfunctional approach to transportation is going to be solved, it's going to have to be solved in places that look like Tulsa.
Your ability to share how you came to care and to reach out to others to hear their stories is the starting point to finding a common vision and taking action.
Chuck and Rachel debrief about the Strong Towns Summit and share the highlights of the event.
A brilliant application of Strong Towns thinking highlighted at the Strong Towns Summit.
Interested in following the Strong Towns Summit today? Visit this page for live videos of the action throughout the day.
The 2017 Strong Towns Summit kicks off tonight! Get to know our Summit speakers through these five unique stories.
We prepare for the Strong Towns Summit on Transportation this Friday and Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Jason's work at Better Block offers a truly incremental, small-scale, Strong Towns angle to building better neighborhoods.
We have three important announcements to share regarding the Strong Towns Summit, coming up March 30-April 1 in Tulsa, OK.
You're invited to submit a proposal to lead a workshop or a short-form presentation at the Strong Towns summit.
Strong Towns is pleased to announce its first ever national summit, entitled, "America's Next Transportation System: Transforming More While Spending Less."