CNU Salons

Tally tells tale of most tweet-worthy at the CNU 2009 Transportation Summit

CNU's summits and Congresses pack a wealth of knowledge into what seems like a blink of an eye. A decade ago, participants clamored for handouts to retain ideas that might otherwise prove fleeting.

Texas adopts CNU's context-sensitive streets guidance

As most people in the CNU family know, Texas has become the first state officially to adopt the comprehensive set of context-sensitive street design guidelines written by the CNU and the Institute of

Change in N.J. affordable-home rules stymies builders.

At that point, town officials will have to decide whether they can allow Towne Center to go ahead as planned or must require Fieldstone to integrate low-income units into the development, risking the

New Urbanism: A Community Building, Economically Sensible, and Environmentally Conscious Solution

Isabell Cowles of the Huffington Post's Article entitled "Can New Urbanism Save America?" encapsulates

Holiday humor from WKRP

Bummer about the birds, but what strip mall doesn't deserve something like this?

Enjoy, and Happy Thanks...giving.

More evidence emerges: Sprawl lengthens emergency response times

Suburban sprawl is hurting Emergency Medical Service response times, according to a new study released by University of Virginia researchers and published in the November 2009 edition of the

Climate, Meet Mobility

Climate, Meet Mobility

Copenhagen is all about green transport – and Austin should be, too

BY KATHERINE GREGOR

'If you don’t have safe streets, all the light rail lines in the world aren’t going to save your city'

Environmentalists and urbanists need to broaden our definition of what our movements entail.

Summit Tweet Archive

Thanks to some quick work by our friends at Reconnecting America (before the 8-day window for Twitter's search engine expired), you can view several days' worth of tweets from CNU's 2009 Transportatio