Kaid Benfield's blog
In the US, we tend to think of public transportation as inherently green, which of course it is compared to our addiction to driving.
Even before the recession began, the market for residential and commercial property in the US was changing away from a model of unmitigated suburban sprawl and toward one of more central locations, ur
BENTONVILLE, April 1 – In an unusual joint appearance this morning, Walmart CEO Mike F. Duke and former candidate John R.
The signs continue to mount that the housing market is moving in favor of central locations, and away from sprawl. It’s all a matter of degree, of course, but the signals are real.
One of the recurring themes of my writing (for example, here) has been that, to achieve susta
Under the leadership of governor Tim Kaine, the Commonwealth of Virginia has adopted new requirements designed to make n
This is awesome. Here is an excerpt from yesterday’s joint press release:
I spend what is probably way too much time pondering whether there is a difference between "urbanist" and "urban," and whether there should be.
With very few exceptions, city-to-city travel in the US by rail is, if available at all, generally slow and inconvenient outside of the Northeast.
A new report from the US Environmental Protection Agency documents a dramatic shift in the pattern of new development