Planner Keeps Calm, Carries on With ‘Smart Growth’ Ideas
San Diego Source – August 28, 2013
Compact villages are the key to the future. Retiring baby boomers and up-and-coming millennials hope to live in walkable, villagelike communities with a broad range of shops and services, instead of sprawling suburban subdivisions that lack nearby amenities, Fulton says.
Commemorating March on Washington, Foxx Links Transport to Civil Rights
Streetsblog DC – August 28, 2013
”Rarely in the last century did an urban interstate highway plow through a neighborhood that wasn’t characterized as poor,” he writes. “In 2013, many communities are tearing down those divisions and building bridges.”
“Transport is Mostly a Real Estate Problem”
City Block (DC) – August 28, 2013
That is, different transportation modes require different amounts of space to accomplish the same task.
Guest on The Infra Blog: Stuart Schwartz, Executive Director, Coalition for Smarter Growth
Infrastructure USA – August 28, 2013
“We believe that a network of transit-oriented communities represents the most sustainable and competitive future for our region.”