CNU Salons

High Gas Prices means questioning the "Drive 'til you Qualify" Syndrome

The front page of the Chicago Tribune Metro Section had an article highlighting the Center for Neighborhood Technology's research linking housing affordability and transportation.

Perfect day to meet on Holly Street in Jacobsburg

There really is no better time for enjoying the life of city streets than a mid-September Sunday.

Charlotte Transportation Summit Is Right Around the Corner

CNU's annual transportation summit is approaching fast! This year's event will take place in Charlotte from November 6-8.

Protesting Route 5 in Buffalo

Local television station covers the Route 5/Skyway construction and protests by local residents who are demanding more of the NYSDOT.

Meet the mew neighbors

In a southern California subdivision named for a favored section of Italy that sits in a town named for a made-up Danish castle that was the setting for great tragedy, fantastic farce is taking pla

Buffalo's O'Neill: Let's keep waterfront route at grade level

Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper's Julie O'Neill wrote a passionate opinion piece in the Buffalo News, "Let's keep waterfront route at grade level

Buffalo Video Makes the Case for Teardown

Check out this video from the Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper reviewing the Southtowns Connector project in Buffalo NY.

NPR Takes a Peek at How New Daleville is doing

This morning NPR had a piece updating Witold Rybinsky's book that he talked about at CNU XV called "Last Harvest" Longtime CNU member and CNU XV host Jason Duckworth is quoted at length.

Nation's First Anti-Sprawl Legislation Adopted in California

L.A. Times: "California is about to adopt the nation's first legislation to control planet-warming gases by curbing sprawl.

The Horror of Highways cont'd, The Educational Tradeoff: Easy Driving or Easy Breathing

The University of Cincinnati has just completed an air pollution that takes another look at highway placement with respect to our daily patterns of living.