When you dial 911, you don’t really care how the emergency responders reach you, so long as they do.
I went to watch fireworks, maybe even fisticuffs, but instead a group hug broke out.
Austin welcomes the 16th annual CNU Congress to town. And it seems the timing couldn't be better, both for Austin and for the big themes in sustainability.
We’ve all seen the pretty pictures and heard the gushing stories about wonderful New Urbanist communities.
Streetcars aren’t means of moving people as much as they’re tools to leverage good urbanism and help preserve the city’s existing urban form.
CNU received a warm welcome from the local media as attendees are arriving in Austin. Follow the links below for some of the early coverage.
The Austin Chronicle, March 28, 2008
In the April Transportation column of Governing.com Alex Marshall discuses and criticizes the tendencies of certain Conservative and Libertarian think tanks.
Elizabeth Moule, Stefanos Polyzoides and I
presented a document at the Green Council that was intended to serve
as a lesser companion to the Charter in the area of green urbanism and