CNU Salons

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.

Current List of CNU 17 Sessions Approved for Continuing Education Credits

Click here to view which CNU 17 sessions have been approved for AICP CM credits and AIA CE credits.

Top Ten Things You Will Learn at CNU 17 202 Sessions

In this economy, it pays to be prepared. CNU offers specific tools you won’t find anywhere else on the details of how to implement New Urbanism.

A Pictograph Tells a 1,000 words: CNU 17 inspired art from Léon Krier

Speaking at CNU 17 will be architect Leon Krier whose building and public space designs integrate vernacular architecture with human scale, and have made him a European innovator.

Hank Dittmar talks "Building Beautifully" in New Urbanism 202 course at CNU 17

Hank Dittmar thinks you should attend his New Urbanism 202 class, and he wants you to know why.

In the News: Once-bleak Glenwood becomes New Urbanist community

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution gives some love to Glenwood Park, a new urbanist brownfield redevelopment that won a Charter Award in 2003, offering perspectives from the residents as well as from CN

In the News: John Norquist says I-81 should be removed from downtown Syracuse

Interstate 81 in Syracuse, New York was the subject of a recent lecture as part of the Metropolitan Development Association's annual meeting.

The Stream of Consciousness

e2 is an ongoing PBS series about the economies of being environmentally conscious. e2 transport featured one on the freeway teardown in Seoul, South Korea.