Headlines: The enduring allure of urbanism
Microsoft's leap into housing illuminates government's retreat
New York Times, January 18, 2019
The pledge of $500 million to help build affordable housing in Seattle reflects a nationwide void in addressing the problem.
Global people-before-cars transportation alliance launches with $6M grant
Forbes, January 15, 2019
The New Urban Mobility Alliance aims to provide guidance for more inclusive, sustainable, and resilient transportation for cities.
Where the sidewalk starts: Younger generations are interested and invested in urban issues
University of Southern California Daily Trojan, January 13, 2019
A young member of NUMTOT speaks up about the growing commitment of young people to urbanism.
Hard lessons from Baltimore's bus redesign
CityLab, January 14, 2019
After losing a $2.9 billion light-rail project, the transit-dependent city got a rebooted bus system. But ridership and reliability has barely budged.
Downtown Missoula: New plan to guide development
Missoula Current, January 15, 2019
CNU member Dover Kohl & Partners leads a team to realize a new urbanist vision for downtown Missoula.
Opinion: Sarasota's walkability report card
Herald-Tribune, January 13, 2019
Longtime CNU member Jeff Speck on the good, the bad, and the ugly in Sarasota's implementation of its 2000 downtown plan, which he developed as part of the design team at DPZ CoDESIGN.
Facades + Atlanta will explore the city's feverish new urbanism
The Architect's Newspaper, January 10, 2019
Atlanta is having a cultural moment, and urbanism is a big part of it.
Urbanists sketch garage-free Union Avenue in New Haven
New Haven Independent, January 7, 2019
A charrette by the Urban Design League in New Haven offers up bold proposals in place of a proposed parking garage.