Matt Dietrichson, Sep 13, 12.
After years of waiting out the poor economy, the city of Los Colinas will finally be getting the attractive "true urban center" they have planned for.
Matt Dietrichson, Sep 11, 12.
Not long ago, downtown Austin held little appeal for prospective residents. Now the area is bustling with diverse opportunities to live, work, and play.
A new study predicts the popular shift towards more walkable urban developments will benefit the struggling real estate market as well as the larger economy.
Director, Better Houston; Former Houston City Council Member, Sep 07, 12.
Matt Dietrichson, Sep 04, 12.
The city’s new comprehensive plan, Plan Cincinnati, places a strong focus on creating and building upon walkable neighborhood centers.
Managing editor, Planetizen, Aug 28, 12.
Complete Streets policies spreading quickly
President of Locus; Professor of Urban Real Estate at George Washington University School of Business, Aug 10, 12.
The economics of walkability
Andy Hirschfeld, Aug 07, 12.
Numerous projects in Austin, Texas are showcasing the potential of walkable, transit-oriented mixed use development
David Crossley, Jun 27, 12.
The struggle over the reconstruction of Bagby as a Complete Street is getting hotter, as the Public Works director apparently digs in for changes.
David Crossley, Jun 21, 12.
The head of the City of Houston's Public Works Department has begun to threaten the integrity of the Bagby Street reconstruction as a Complete Street
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