Transportation Summit in NYC

Join engineers, planners, designers, and public officials from across the U.S. at this year's Transportation Summit October 1-3, 2014 in New York City, where the theme will be Transportation + Equity.

CNU 23 Dallas / Fort Worth

CNU23

The 23rd annual Congress is coming to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex April 29 - May 2, 2015. Save the date!

Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares

CNU’s street design manual was created in partnership with the Institute of Transportation Engineers. This recommended practice is being used by planners, city leaders, engineers and advocates to create walkable streets that are safe and inviting for all users.

Live/Work/Walk: Removing Obstacles to Investment

The major roadblocks to financing the urban form that consumers increasingly prefer is not market demand, but decades-old government policies. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA), Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and HUD all have rules on the books that limit the percentage of a building that can be used for commercial space. CNU is working to change FHA policies and the practices of the banks and lenders that take their lead to bring back Main Street-style buildings.

Live/Work/Walk: Removing Obstacles to Investment

The major roadblocks to financing the urban form that consumers increasingly prefer is not market demand, but decades-old government policies. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA), Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and HUD all have rules on the books that limit the percentage of a building that can be used for commercial space. CNU is working to change FHA policies and the practices of the banks and lenders that take their lead to bring back Main Street-style buildings.

HIGHWAYS TO BOULEVARDS

The highway building era forced elevated freeways into urban neighborhoods, decimating communities and urban economies. Cities like San Francisco, Milwaukee and Seoul, South Korea have replaced their elevated highways with street-level boulevards, adding real estate value and restoring neighborhood vitality in the process.

HIGHWAYS TO BOULEVARDS

The highway building era forced elevated freeways into urban neighborhoods, decimating communities and urban economies. Cities like San Francisco, Milwaukee and Seoul, South Korea have replaced their elevated highways with street-level boulevards, adding real estate value and restoring neighborhood vitality in the process.

CNU News


Make it safe for our kids to walk or bike to school: CNU President & CEO Lynn Richards Pens Op-Ed for Greater Greater Washington

Parking Requirements Reduced in Chicago: TOD Ordinance is Spurring New Mixed-Use Development

Preservation, Transportation and New Urbanism: An Interview with CNU President Lynn Richards

CNU to Explore Equity + Transportation at NYC Summit: Engineers, Planners, & Advocates Gathering in NYC for Transportation Reform