Congress

California Zephyr Salon Train Ride to CNU 17

CNU members out west have a unique travel option to the CNU 17 Congress this June in Denver (http://www.cnu.org/cnu17). ... read more »

I-880 cities seek a sense of “place”

Along Interstate 880 in the Northern California county of Alameda, cities birthed during the post-World War II era of suburbanism have begun turning the clock back searching instead for a sense of “ ... read more »

"Blueprint Denver" embraces the benefits of New Urbanism

For New Urbanists, it’s a principle that has been evident for quite some time: low-density, suburban development simply doesn’t make sense anymore. ... read more »

TIME Magazine: Recycling Suburbia is #2 "Idea Changing the World Right Now"

TIME Magazine recently released its list of the “10 Ideas Changing the World Right Now,” highlighting some of the progressive ideas reshaping the face of our global economy. ... read more »

What to do with dying shopping malls

Fifty years after it was first conceptualized, the American shopping mall is dying off. ... read more »

Beyond the stimulus: whither communities in the next transportation bill?

I am immensely grateful to my colleagues at NRDC and in the broader smart growth movement for being on top of what's been going on in the stimulus negotiations, particularly with respect to transporta ... read more »

CNU 17 - Call for Academic Papers Now Open

Every year, the Congress for the New Urbanism invites academic paper submissions for presentation at the annual Congress. ... read more »

CNU XVI Open Source Congress report available

For those who attended CNU XVI's Open Source Congress and would like to view the results, the Final Report is now available on CNU XVI's website site. ... read more »

Attention AICPers seeking CM credits

If you are AICP and want to receive credits for attending CNU XVI please visit www.planning.org, and login. The sessions that are registered for credit and you can sign up there. ... read more »