Economic troubles are causing home buyers and developers to reconsider the housing trends that have defined american suburbs for 50 years.
Once largely blue collar, the 1.9-square-mile borough suffered during the 1980s and early ’90s from its proximity to Camden just to the west, and the exodus of businesses to malls.
"Halloween is naturally a favorite for the New Urbanist," says Steve Filmanowicz of the Congress for the New Urbanism.
I am looking for examples of TOD projects along bus rapid transit lines in a suburban neighborhood setting. Can anyone point me to some projects around the country that I can look to as examples?
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The skyline is big and imposing in Chicago, so you might think the freeway interchanges would be too. But no.
In the shadows of sprawling Phoenix, Tempe, Arizona - an educational and job center - is embracing new urbanist principles in its downtown core.
Transportation for America has issued a call for answers on how the presidential candidates plan to address transportation issues. Sign on before 1:00 p.m.
TIME magazine article “Trains, cranes and megabanks transform the New South” talks up downtown Charlotte, adding appeal to attend CNU's Transportation Summit next month.