John Wasik’s book The Cul-de-Sac Syndrome, published this year by Bloomberg Press, reads a bit like a college intro class about the crisis of the American home.
Streetsblog's Ryan Avent has become the tireless defender of high-speed rail investment over the past few weeks.
Thanks to a new report put out by CEO's For Cities, there's further statistical evidence for what New Urbanists have been saying for quite a while: people
Urban sprawl repair kit still leading "Reburbia" contest but being followed closely by reimagined "towers in the park"Submitted by logannash on Wed, 08/12/2009 - 11:45am
We tweeted about Dwell Magazine's Reburbia contest earlier this week.
Thankfully, it seems clear that livability and sustainable transportation planning are part of Obama and DOT head Ray LaHood’s plan for Ameri
NYC-based Transportation Alternatives is holding a competition for a PSA that promotes the image of urban cycling and broadcasts its merits to the wider public.
Charlotte case study links street connectivity with faster response time, greater efficiency for emergency servicesSubmitted by logannash on Mon, 08/03/2009 - 3:54pm
In the past, New Urbanists and some fire departments have been at odds over street design.
Oberstar hopes new transpo emissions report will be “blowtorch to the behind” for reluctant administrationSubmitted by logannash on Wed, 07/29/2009 - 1:47pm
A government report published yesterday and highlighted in the New York Times
“When you hear Detroit,” John Norquist told me cryptically yesterday morning, “think Istanbul.” I had just been shown an essay John wrote for the latest issue of the magazine Monocle, a