CNU Salons

3/4-power law

Interesting guest column in the New York Times on Tuesday, May 19, titled "Math and the City" by Steven Strogatz.

NatGeo Surveys Countries' Transit Use: Guess Who Comes In Last

Americans are far less likely to use public transportation than residents of other countries, according to the National Geographic Society's 2009 Greendex report.

Maybe George Will Should Stick to Writing About Baseball

After fumbling over climate change science in recent months, George Will gives transportation design and the built environment similar treatment

Laura Hall on the value of CNU 17

We asked a number of CNU 17 participants a few questions about why they’re looking forward to the event. This is what Laura Hall had to say.

Scott Polikov on the value of CNU 17

We asked a number of CNU 17 participants a few questions about why they’re looking forward to the event. This is what Scott Polikov had to say.

June Williamson on the value of CNU 17

We asked a number of CNU 17 participants a few questions about why they’re looking forward to the event. This is what June Williamson had to say.

Steve Mouzon on the value of CNU 17

We asked a number of CNU 17 participants a few questions about why they’re looking forward to the event. This is what Steve Mouzon had to say.

Ray Gindroz on the value of CNU 17

We asked a number of CNU 17 participants a few questions about why they’re looking forward to the event. This is what Ray Gindroz had to say.

Camden N.J Light Rail Plans Finally On Track

Gov. Jon S.

Federal Stimulus Threatened to Overrun Small Town with Sprawl

As most readers of CNU's site know only too well, the federal government has a history of subsidizing sprawl, wittingly or not.