Matt Dietrichson, May 06, 13.
The new Ten Year Strategic Action Plan for Downtown Fort Worth addresses a range of issues, and prioritizes walkability for transportation improvements.
Matt Dietrichson, May 03, 13.
Since the 1960's the Dutch have been building "living streets", which are designed to encourage human interaction.
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The dynamic potential of urbanism without effort
International consultant on sustainable urban planning; Former mayor of Bogotá, Colombia, May 01, 13.
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Matt Dietrichson, Apr 30, 13.
In response to a multi-state passenger rail study, the Brownsville City Commission has passed a resolution encouraging service to their city.
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Matt Dietrichson, Apr 29, 13.
Following the recent changes to Chapter 42 of the City's Code of Ordinances, officials say new regulations for draining and street design are coming this July.
The Houston area is one of the most dangerous places in the country for pedestrians, but experts say infrastructure changes could make a big difference.
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Matt Dietrichson, Apr 17, 13.
In an effort to reduce costs and promote pedestrian activity, the Austin City Council has axed parking requirements for downtown buildings.
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