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Smart Transit By Choice Smart Transit By Choice
by Richard Conlin
Richard Conlin: Green urban travel shouldn’t be about guilt trips or prohibition, but about making the good choices easy.
Philadelphians Paint the Town Philadelphians Paint the Town
How art healed and united troubled communities in the City of Brotherly Love.
Detroit: A New American Frontier Detroit: A New American Frontier
by Aaron M. Renn
For those seeking out an alternative vision of urban success, with new and innovative ideas about what the city of tomorrow should be, Detroit may offer the ultimate arena.
The Cyclists Who Beat an Airplane: A Tale of Carmaggedon The Cyclists Who Beat an Airplane: A Tale of Carmaggedon
by Brooke Jarvis
Los Angeles—perhaps America’s most famously car-choked city—briefly became a modern transportation morality play.
To Save Our Cities, Put Children First To Save Our Cities, Put Children First
by Jason McLennan
What’s the universal design principle that can make our cities great? Kid-friendliness, says architect Jason McLennan.
Better Policies Without the Politics Better Policies Without the Politics
by Aaron Contorer
Regional policy centers show promise as a new model for driving change.
A Simple Idea to Transform the Life of Our Cities A Simple Idea to Transform the Life of Our Cities
by Jay Walljasper
Even a short stretch of car-free pavement empowers pedestrians to realize the road belongs to them, too
Complete Streets: It’s About More Than Bike Lanes Complete Streets: It’s About More Than Bike Lanes
Video: How a few simple changes have transformed streets in New York City.
The Road Not Built: Redefining Progress At Home and Abroad The Road Not Built: Redefining Progress At Home and Abroad
by Robin Broad, John Cavanagh
Local opposition to a proposed road in Trinidad brings new understanding of “progress,” and what it means to be rooted.
Living Buildings, Living Economies, and a Living Future Living Buildings, Living Economies, and a Living Future
by David Korten
David Korten: Two ideas that bring me renewed hope that we can end our isolation from nature and from each other.
Building the Just City Building the Just City
by Sarah Laskow
Beyond growth: How to build cities that make life richer for the people who live there.
Common Stories Common Stories
by Kim Eckart
Do you ride the bus? Use the library? Walk on the sidewalk? Congratulations—you're already part of the commons movement.
When Density Meets Community When Density Meets Community
by Richard Conlin
In Seattle, cutting carbon while increasing quality of life.
How to Design a Neighborhood for Happiness How to Design a Neighborhood for Happiness
by Jay Walljasper
The way we design our communities plays a huge role in how we experience our lives.
In the Built Environment, the Tyranny of the Big, the Beauty of the Small In the Built Environment, the Tyranny of the Big, the Beauty of the Small
by Jason McLennan
Green building leader Jason McLennan on ways to keep our buildings and cities at a healthy, human scale.
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