Kit Krankel McCullough

Kit Krankel McCullough is an architectural and urban designer and consultant to cities, institutions, developers, neighborhood and merchant groups around the country. She is a lecturer at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan. She is working on a book, Car Light City: How the transportation revolution can improve our cities and our lives.

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‘Little Vehicles’ and the streets that love them

Little Vehicles, including bikes, scooters, e-bikes, velomobiles, motorized skateboards, unicycles, and “hoverboards,” have the potential to transform urban living. Safe infrastructure is needed to get the most of these new modes.
KIT KRANKEL MCCULLOUGHFEB. 4, 2020
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Aging population needs walkable, bikeable cities

Seniors have the most to gain from pedestrian and cycling improvements—yet they often feel threatened by changes that provide alternatives to driving. Here are ways to include seniors in active transportation planning.
KIT KRANKEL MCCULLOUGHMAR. 5, 2020
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Eight incremental development policies to help bridge the wealth gap

Using vacant parcels in a in a predominantly African American neighborhood in Northwest Detroit as a testing ground, a University of Michigan team modeled a development process that could support local residents as small-scale, novice developers.
KIT KRANKEL MCCULLOUGHJUL. 9, 2020