Policy

A sprawling land that’s crossed by freeways—put a few thousand down and rent a room. Be a part of the next technology boom.
Although market urbanists like walkable urbanism, they often focus on issues that are not at the core of New Urbanism.
The first national summit is coming on accessory dwelling units, the small housing type that has big potential.
Walkable places are vital to health and welfare—and contrary to perceptions, they also reduce household costs.
In addition to land use that perversely incentivizes the destruction of rural lands with 5-acre lots, the financial system further incentivizes rural subdivisions gobbling up farmland at a frightening rate.
These items are the sum of innovations by colleagues and reinforce practices that have successfully entered the mainstream.
From coast to coast and in middle America, more sensible parking policies are taking hold and may be the quickest path to urban revitalization.
New urban codes have allowed cities and towns to code for complete neighborhoods and public spaces as shared-use places.
The goal of CNU's Project for Code Reform is to bring coding innovations to 42,000 units of local government to enable complete communities.
The cute Katrina Cottage has proven the versatility and usefulness of cottages that are designed to fit into complete neighborhoods.
Andres Duany offers more than 20 reasons why urban design coding is necessary—and he hopes that someday it will no longer be needed.
A pithy summary of why our infrastructure spending goes wrong—and how to fix it.