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Next Generation of New Urbanists: a forum for new ideas and new voices; more info: contact@cnunextgen.org
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Strong Towns 20h
Despite growing repair needs, the US still spends vast sums of money to build new highways & widen existing ones.
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Janette Sadik-Khan Jan 17
NYC has no helmet law, 38 million bike share trips & 0 deaths. Seattle has a helmet law & 1 dead bike share system
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CNU NextGen Jan 18
What's your idea for urbanism? Pitch it at Open Innovation at CNU 25 in Seattle.
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Viesturs Krūmiņliepa Jan 18
Ok, 3B $ is not THAT much, but it does buy 7800 Solaris buses with all the bells and whistles, Euro6 and working -40F to 104F
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CNU NextGen Jan 18
Is it worth $3 or $4 to save two minutes on a trip?
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Andy Boenau Jan 15
Maybe they'll invite me to the inauguration to hear more ideas...
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Andy Boenau Jan 16
I think solution *is* simple, but difficult to persuade. Build/rebuild streets that force slower car traffic.
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Wedge LIVE! Jan 10
Spot the difference.
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Nate Hood Jan 16
"Criminology, Urban Studies, True Crime". An odd grouping at Barnes & Noble ...
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Sean Suder Jan 15
When focus on character based zoning we actually shed regs and streamline - better outcomes fewer regs!
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Joe Totten Jan 14
Featured in the Congress for New Urbanism's (young professional focused) feed... this is cool. I should write more transportation songs.
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createstreets Dec 21
Trees, streets and high density housing. It can be done. Sankt Eriksområdet in Stockholm was built in the 1990s
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CNU NextGen Jan 14
"The Roundabout Song" explains roundabouts
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Cindy Zerger Jan 14
Yes, always design from the outside in! A critical approach to making streets comfortable, memorable experiences for all.
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jennifer keesmaat Jan 11
As our planning shifts towards , our design goals have changed for our streets, too.
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Joe Bray-Ali Jan 11
. LA taking hundreds of illegal units out annually. How do we get these back, safe, and inhabited?
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CNU NextGen Jan 14
Ark. mother of four builds home by watching YouTube tutorials
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Louise Mendonça Jan 14
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Nate Hood Dec 30
Here are images of the esplanade, new development & riverfront park that Louisville decided against in lieu of $1.1b "Spaghetti Junction"
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CNU NextGen Jan 13
Gentrification isn't the rental problem; poverty is
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