Lancaster, California, has lit the local economy and secured a social heart with one transformative street project.
A key goal of the Seven50 plan is to ensure that development along the coastal areas is resilient and sustainable.
Here's a playbook for municipal leaders and citizens on the road to smart city technology.
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The recently opened nine-block development in Southwest DC is the largest expanse of "shared space" in the US.
Here are streets that are more than just conduits for cars—they are places that support social and economic life, walking, bicycling, and transit.
A sprawling land that’s crossed by freeways—put a few thousand down and rent a room. Be a part of the next technology boom.
Democracy up for bid, curbside knowledge, the passing of a great scholar, and cities step up for sustainability
A horizontal weave brings disparate threads together and creates a fabric—a metaphor for resilience.
A bungalow court consists of a series of small, detached structures, providing multiple units arranged to define a shared court—an important community-enhancing space.
With a mix of local stores below apartments that provide “eyes on the square,” shade trees, and places to sit, a European-style neighborhood square is a place where everyone belongs.
Reducing state and federal infrastructure costs while boosting local economies by strengthening urban places is a win-win from in-city freeway transformation.