Playing in the park by Boris Inga on Flickr
Designing for people with disabilities, children, and seniors means designing for all
People enjoying a walkable street
Walking stimulates spending and reduces health risks. So why can't it take center stage in planning?
Amazon HQ2 finalists
Housing choices, complete streets, and an appeal to the Amazon HQ2 finalists
From NIMBY to NIMN, a new city fund that combats homelessness, and the truth about cycling safety
I-66 gridlock at rush hour in Virginia
A new dynamic toll for commuters in Virginia, how AVs will change the way we design, and the single-family home dilemma
Democracy up for bid, curbside knowledge, the passing of a great scholar, and cities step up for sustainability
People enjoying a walkable street
Debunking a “smart city” in the desert, responding to NIMBYs, and walkability as the linchpin for complete streets
Proposed bikeways for Beaverton, OR
How people really use streets, the perfect placement of bus stops, and bikeways for a suburb of Portland
World map of sea level rise
Designing for rising seas, barriers “for” bikes, and how highways hurt local taxes
Freeways coming down, life underfoot, and the colors of American architecture
Alphabet Sidewalk Labs version of the future
New urbanism is far from over, a 'smart city' development moves forward in Toronto, and persistent myths about poverty are debunked
Boise 8th street showing wide sidewalk, street trees, and bicyclists
Tiny houses, women and walking, and the ubiquity of urbanists