Amtrak might be slow, but it stops in the middle of over a half dozen urban centers in Upstate New York
Evan urbanists accept the car will always be king. That doesn’t mean we don’t need to make improvements.
True urban vibrancy doesn’t need to be sold, it needs to be told
Taking Genesee Street down to 2 lanes would create a strong foundation for growth
Rochester’s Inner Loop East project is being carefully watched by, well… the whole country.
A recent New York Times article suggests that the urban revival movement may be over.
Rochester’s College Town is an example of why “Money Islands” simply don’t work.
Designing cities to prevent the traditional urban problems without placing blame
Mobile photography is changing the way residents and outsiders see our cities
Cars are not the enemy of cyclists. The mindset that dismisses cycling as a lesser form of transit is.
With development beginning to take shape in Downtown Utica, serious pedestrian and cycling infrastructure concerns need to be addressed
Catering to new residents and small business owners rather than big ticket development and tourism creates stronger urban spaces
While every city is different, the problems and solutions to these exist in every city USA
The answer to “We Need More Jobs!”
How Traffic Might Limit Growth in Three Upstate Cities