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The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) is an international nonprofit organization working to build vibrant communities where people have diverse choices for how they live, work, and get around. For reporters, CNU staff and members are available as experts on urban design, walkable neighborhoods, sustainable urban development, highway teardown, and other issues.
Recent Media Articles
Highways Give Way as Cities Rebuild, Wall Street Journal, December 2019
To Build the Cities of Our Future, We Must Get Out of Our Cars, National Geographic, April 2019
Six Trends Changing the Face of Intergenerational Senior Living, Senior Housing News special report, November 2018
Urban Planning Guru Says Autonomous Cars Won't Fix Congestion, New York Times, October 2018
Livestream of tour of Claiborne Corridor and I-10, proposed for demolition by local citizen group, NOLA.com, September 2018
10 Towns That Changed America, featuring Seaside, WTTW Chicago, Summer 2018
Special Issue: New Urbanism in Dallas, D Magazine, July 2018
What Makes Walkable Communities Work, Wall Street Journal, June 2018
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