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Correcting the mistakes of highway planning, invigorating affordable housing, and the growth of urban farming
Results from a previous Gingertown,  sponsored by David M. Schwartz Architects
Gingerbread urbanism, automated cities, and mapping the safest places in America
Hamilton, Canada parking lot. By Joey Coleman via Flickr. Shared under Creative Commons license
Reclaiming LA's parking, facing climate change, and a more people-centered Madrid
Expressways in Tehran, Iran
While one of the world's great cities persists in suburban sprawl, more American cities turn to walkability
Walk the Dog, Mathias Klang via Flickr, Shared under Creative Commons License
How walkability leads to prosperity and humanity, though you might not need a human to confirm it
Grand Central Terminal, NYC, 2012 by Sracer357 on Wikimedia
Toward neighborhood-centered reform, the perils of preservation, and celebrating urbanism worldwide
Mexico City Markets
The power dynamics of public squares, safe streets curb climate change, and how to solve for affordability
Reclaiming intersections, sharing data, and trouble for transit projects
separated bike facilities in Dunsmuir, Vancouver, BC. By Paul Krueger, Flickr
Busting the myths of urban-rural disparity, the rebuilding of Puerto Rico, and women's preferences for bike facilities
Friendly Street, by La Citta Vita on Flickr
Walkable suburbia, the science of playful cities, and quiet in the megalopolis
Widening sidewalks in the Castro in San Franciso 2015 by Torbak Hopper in Flickr
NIMBYism from both sides, gentrification across regions, and who really shows up for public meetings about housing
Parc de la Villette Paris Simon Blackley Flickr
Suburban cool, neighbors as developers, and how ancient roads still map prosperity