Walkability is “not a thing, it’s a culture created by a working balance of key elements.”
We have to stop talking about our cities like theme park rides and start talking about them like self-sustaining centers of multi-faceted growth that also invites others into our urban nests.
This urban trail connects back yards to streets, playgrounds, schools, community centers, even a zoo
Mobile photography is changing the way residents and outsiders see our cities
The what and the why behind our changing urban landscapes
Why Bagg’s Square in Utica will transition from ghost town to Urban Paradise