A Downtown Master Plan supports the urban diversity and access that are the goals of the 15-minute city, including affordable housing.
Laramie, Wyoming, is a case study showing that the 15-minute city is a viable concept far from major metro areas.
On Public Square, a recent article that lays out a design theory for the “15-minute city” is gaining a lot of viewers. Let's look at another influential take on this idea, that of Carlos Moreno, a French-Columbian scientist and university professor...
The subject of walkability is getting political attention, thanks to a catchy phrase.
When the research favors compact, mixed-use neighborhoods, why do our policies often favor sprawl?