Parc de la Villette Paris Simon Blackley Flickr
Suburban cool, neighbors as developers, and how ancient roads still map prosperity
Father pushing stroller. By Frederik Rubensson
"Slowmobility," race and the American Dream, and recasting stormwater as an asset
Caldwell County Courthouse in Lockhart, Texas - Photo by Stuart Seeger on Flickr
A shift beyond the cities, how greenery battles depression, and the wisdom of allowing trailer parks
Seaside, Florida by Paige Henderson, 2009 via Flickr
A city for kids is a city for all, the coming Boomer home sell-off, what Uber bikes are doing to Uber rides, and the arrival of climate gentrification on the coasts
Part of the Gap Filler Tactical Urbanism Project in Christchurch, New Zealand
Super-affluence and the poisoning of New York, the Instagram view of urbanism, and a call to end the victim-shaming of pedestrians
aerial of a city at night
Toward a more inclusive urbanism, news of suburban population shifts, how the Kochs target transit, and why AVs might break cities
Celebrating Vincent Scully at Seaside Institute
Honoring urbanists, legalizing mixed use, and replacing a sunken highway
Chicano Park San Diego
When underpasses become parks, financing in mid-size cities, and making suburbs more walkable
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