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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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Lindsey Meek 13h
Student asks, “if we can’t afford to maintain the infrastructure we have, why do we keep building more?”. My work is done here, folks.
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CNU NextGen Jan 17
When DOT’s add “bike infrastructure”
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Brent Toderian Jan 16
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When it comes to successful tower design, buildings can be tall & slim, or short & “fat” (perimeter block buildings), but tall fat buildings are usually a problem. has a big challenge with slab tower building proposals. Hashtag ?
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Nate Hood Jan 17
This is why we need: - Safe Routes to School AND - Schools on Safe Routes (no more suburban mega-campuses away from neighborhoods) cc:
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Cécile Lecoq Jan 17
Not driving your children to school IS a lifesaver. Not only because it could prevent those deaths. Walking or biking to school will improve their health and academic performance. via
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neighbors for more neighbors 🥑🐝🌻 Jan 16
*spins gameshow wheel* apartments condos bros apartments condos bros fancy mansions apartments condos bros apartments condos bros *wheel stops* 😱 Apartments Are Gentrifying The Neighborhood
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Strong Towns Jan 16
A brilliant primer on the ways design can -- and must -- be used to improve safety on our streets by
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Jeff Speck Jan 16
In 20 minutes, all you might want to know about Naked Streets and Shared Space, on the podcast.
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Kylo Roy 🎱 Jan 14
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Sh*t DOTs Never Say Jan 15
We celebrate by signing off on another highway project that rips through a black neighborhood.
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Lincoln Institute Jan 16
Transit, infrastructure and density can make local economies more resilient, as writes via
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Ian Lockwood PE Jan 14
The City of Buffalo's population in the 1930s, 40s & 50s was 575,000. In the 60s, in the name of mobility & economic progress, the NYDOT destroyed avenues, water fronts & Olmsted-designed parks with highways. Buffalo then depopulated by 55% to 259,000. The outcomes of
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Nate Hood Jan 15
Why do we call it a ? It’s not an emergency and they’re fairly common in winter. Move your car to the odd numbered side of the street you 9pm. Simple. Is it only in that being instructed to move your car for the public good considered an “emergency”?
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The Urbanist Jan 12
Toronto Cleared Cars Off Its Biggest Transit Street, and Ridership Soared Almost Overnight
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CNU NextGen Jan 15
This is why your city is broke (via )
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