CNU News

David Byrne Rides Into CNU 18 Opening Night Lineup

After bicycling the world's cities, musician-author has message to share about how to grow them


CDC’s Dr. Howard Frumkin Named Honorary Chair of CNU's 18th Congress

"New Urbanism: Rx for Healthy Places" May 19-22 will explore links between development patterns and health


Submit Your Projects for CNU's Charter Awards

Urbanism's top award turns 10


Experts Head to Portland to Reverse Transportation Practices that Undermine Livable Communities

Summit aims to reform transportation design to enhance mobility, conserve energy, reduce emissions, save lives


Livable Streets Get New Look from Fire Code Officials

Reform proposal wins partial approval at International Code Council hearing


Miami takes "giant step" toward being pedestrian-oriented city

Historic adoption makes Miami largest city to replace auto-oriented conventional zoning with new urbanist code


CNU Members Overwhelmingly Approve LEED-ND

Green neighborhood rating system endorsed in first-ever online member ballot


Blumenauer joins Transportation Summit lineup

Cycling, transit advocate to speak on Nov. 6


CNU Welcomes New Initiatives

Submit Initiative Proposals by Sept. 4, 2009