President of TODERIAN UrbanWORKS; former Chief Planner for Vancouver, Apr 17, 13.
Density done well, and not just downtown
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 10, 13.
125 communities across the US adopted Complete Streets policies last year, and Smart Growth America has compiled the best ones.
Following improvements to the city's bike infrastructure, a newly released analysis shows a very high level of biking in parts of Austin.
Local leaders are being vocal about poor road conditions along Westheimer and West Alabama, and encouraging citizens to get involved.
Senior Editor, The Atlantic; Director, Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto, Apr 09, 13.
America's most Post-Industrial metros
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 05, 13.
A proposed 62-mile commuter rail line running from Fort Worth to north of Dallas has been tentatively supported by Fort Worth city officials.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 04, 13.
The World Health Organization newly released "Global Status Report on Road Safety" reveals some gruesome statistics about the level of traffic deaths worldwide
The urban core of Detroit has made a major comeback, and much of that has been due to to the value of place-centered revitalization.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 03, 13.
The Fort Bend Commissioners Court is hoping to receive over $3.5 million in federal money to implement a transit service along Westpark.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 01, 13.
Local environmental attorney Jim Blackburn is working with the Memorial City District Drainage Coalition to address flooding problems in West Houston.
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