The country's largest advocate for biking, walking and transit invites applications from leaders with energy, sophistication, and creativity to become its next Executive Director.
CNU members can now switch to an electronic New Urban News subscription to reduce paper waste and save CNU money.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution gives some love to Glenwood Park, a new urbanist brownfield redevelopment that won a Charter Award in 2003, offering perspectives from the residents as well as from CN
Interstate 81 in Syracuse, New York was the subject of a recent lecture as part of the Metropolitan Development Association's annual meeting.
CNU members out west have a unique travel option to the CNU 17 Congress this June in Denver (http://www.cnu.org/cnu17).
Now that the stimulus bill is law, it's time to move beyond the shovel-ready and start thinking big, bold, and transformational.
Charrette produces ideas, enthusiasm for Brewery District
by Kevin LeMaster
from Soapbox Cincinnati
The interstate highway system has been completed. The era of cheap gasoline is over and Americans are hurting. Bridges are crumbling. Older and rural Americans are stranded.
While many Chicago neighborhoods are great places for walking, pedestrians still face quality of life and safety issues walking our streets every day.