Steve Price

Steve Price of Urban Advantage (www.urban-advantage.com) communicates urban design principles to non-professional audiences through photo-realistic illustration. He is author of Imagining a Walkable America (www.imaginingawalkableamerica.com), a free online book containing many of his photo-simulations. He was a board member of the Form-Based Codes Institute for 12 years.

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Rightsizing the automobile for local mobility

Neighborhood electric vehicles offer a better local transportation option in light of climate threats, but the design of streets would need to change.
STEVE PRICEOCT. 13, 2021
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Can an electric bicycle take the place of a car?

Not if you can't use it for shopping—and that's why protected bike lanes are one key to reducing carbon emissions.
STEVE PRICEOCT. 29, 2019
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Loneliness, urban design, and form-based codes

A remarkable and growing body of literature is telling us that healthy communities need face-to-face interaction among their members, something that electronic media cannot replace. Physical places enable or prevent that interaction.
STEVE PRICEOCT. 20, 2016