A travel feature in the Sunday NYT on Serenbe not only caught the attention of new urbanists -- it's currently the Times third
Is the slum in the title of the wildly popular Oscar contender Slumdog Millionaire a fetid, altogether inhospitable place that any reasonable person would try desperately to escape?
Like Jane Jacobs, David Lewis held to a resolute belief in the power of traditio
Fresh off his appearance in the New Yorker as a guide to the future — he'd argue near future — dislocations of the post-peak-oil landscape, Jim
While the Obama Administration is readying to harness the power of the internet and social media, it should put the same principles to work to improve our transportation systems with the stimulus bill
Retool America's Post-Oil Economy: CNU's Dan Solomon nails new "national purpose" in San Francisco ChronicleSubmitted by Filmanowicz on Fri, 01/16/2009 - 8:38am
In yesterday's San Francisco Chronicle, CNU co-founder Dan Solomon writes that the US has both the need
The Atlantic on the CNU Transportation Summit: seizing the moment for walkable transportation networksSubmitted by Filmanowicz on Thu, 01/08/2009 - 3:49pm
The January issue of the Atlantic has a short, smart dispatch from CNU's November Transportation Summit with a subhead that get
Sound Stimulus: How Congress Can Find and Fund the Roads that Reduce Our Oil Addiction and Improve Our Quality of LifeSubmitted by Filmanowicz on Sun, 12/28/2008 - 10:49pm
With input from the incoming Obama Administration, Congress is now building a stimulus bill that will likely result in the largest investment in U.S.
Much of Waveland, Mississippi still looks as it did after Hurricane Katrina struck in August 2005 and the initial debris was cleared.
Philadelphia Inquirer business reporter and columnist Joseph DiStefano sees business opportunity in the call from CNU Board member Sam Sherman and CNU CEO John Norquist (who was in town to pick up an