Widening a sidewalk and calling it a trail CAN work… but it needs other pedestrian and cycling-focused amenities to maximize its potential
Suburban sprawl, car culture, growing home sizes and shrinking families have changed our sense of community. The smartphone is the symptom, not the cause, of social erosion.
“Go West Young Man…” a statement that set the tone for a century of suburban sprawl.
Easy access and financial investment have changed the perception of e-scooters. One hundred years ago, the same thing was happening to cars.
Tomorrow’s urban core will feature smaller, flexible space that appeals to the local small business instead of the national chain
Weather you’re cruising around your community or making a beer run to the convenience store, longboarding is a great way to explore your community and focus your mind
This cult classic movie highlights the mundanity of sprawling, car-centric, chain retail suburban life
A remastered video of 1906 San Francisco shows what streets were meant to do
Your city has a rich history… but highlighting that alone won’t make you a destination. Blend a historic past with a new urban narrative!
The “Pay To Play” cost of the automobile might be the most racially exclusive component of American society
For several decades, young white Americans have enjoyed the growth in our cities without understanding the racial, economic and cultural complexities of our urban history
Now is the perfect time for us all to explore our own backyards
Rochester New York’s newest Cycle Track is a welcomed additive… but its execution might be a little out of step with the progress of the surrounding environment
With the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement, the infrastructure and history of American cities are rightfully being questioned more than ever. Can we still get excited about their future?
As more Americans work from home and use home delivery, a higher percentage of car trips will be made by choice instead of necessity. How will this impact space in our communities?