A second-grade bike education program in DC also informs children about street networks and helps them to understand their community.
The pandemic may have long-lasting design impacts, but we still need sociable and walkable places.
CNU is restarting its weekly webinar series, On a Park Bench, by elevating new voices that expand the movement's horizons.
A bill moving through Vermont legislature adopts key zoning reform measures for walkable communities, even as the state recently completed a report with CNU on incremental changes to land use laws.
The state DOT has a novel model to fix its automobile-oriented, dangerous thoroughfare network and design complete streets.
CNU teams with the State of Vermont to promote incremental steps to housing access and affordability in communities of all sizes.

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Great Ideas

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ROBERT STEUTEVILLE OCT. 31, 2017