I had the opportunity to serve as location scout for a smart reporter/photographer team from Montreal as they explored Milwaukee's experience with removing the .8 mile Park East Freeway.
Examples such as Reconnecting America's Conservatives and Public Transit by Robert Weyrich and Bill Lind aside, there's been a
Sprawling on Fumes: Book by Forbes writer explores life at $20 per gallon — and sees upside to end of cheap motoringSubmitted by Filmanowicz on Thu, 07/23/2009 - 12:55pm
Kai Ryssdal had an ear-opening interview on public radio's Marketplace this week with Chris Steiner, Forbes w
CNU's annual Congress proved to be just what the real estate, planning, and development fields needed — and what the journalists and bloggers who cover those fields were asking for too.
With CNU 17 ready to kick off in Denver just over a week from now, Denver Post columnist Susan Barnes-Gelt introduced a great package o
If you haven't tried Twitter yet, CNU 17 may be the time to jump in and give it a try.
After fumbling over climate change science in recent months, George Will gives transportation design and the built environment similar treatment
Reports of formerly halcyon exurban subdivisions becoming troubled centers of foreclosure
Norquist in Streetsblog Q&A: It's not roads vs. transit — it's good street networks vs. mindless out-of-scale roadsSubmitted by Filmanowicz on Thu, 03/26/2009 - 3:14pm
That's the short takeaway from a two-part extensive and lively Q&A with John Norquist in Streetsblog today.
Planetizen managing editor Tim Halbur posted some words of wisdom at that site last week in response to a Kunstlercast in which Jim Kunstler's co-ho