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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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Christopher Andrews 23h
Houston has a think tank to laud its suburban sprawl. Thank goodness for
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Streetsblog Network 19h
Last chance to get your entries in for Parking Madness 2015
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CNU NextGen 19h
Ahead of its time
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CNU NextGen 20h
The official t-shirt of SF gentrification
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CNU NextGen 21h
Can we have democratic design, please? |
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CNU NextGen 22h
Do the Math
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AntonioGomez-Palacio Mar 4
The value of 'small' is not a question of height, rather of how fine-grained the ground level is.
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CNU NextGen Mar 4
Learning about cities of yesterday from Cities of Tomorrow
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John Yurick Mar 3
We need to make LOS a pass/fail grade.
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CNU NextGen Mar 3
The problem with traffic level-of-service; the definition of successful street can vary greatly via
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CNU NextGen Mar 3
Parking Madness 2015: Can Your Parking Crater Compete?
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Angie Schmitt Mar 3
OMG. Parking crater submission from Fort Worth, Texas
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CNU NextGen Mar 3
Getting around on in a wheelchair -
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CNU NextGen Mar 2
Misplaced Priorities
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Nate Hood Mar 2
Fort Myers has some dangerously ill-planned bike lanes. Speed limit is 45mph with frequent driveway entrances ...
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Yonah Freemark Mar 1
Seriously, we can't keep spending the big $$ on light rail extensions through low-density neighborhoods. We need to focus on ridership
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CNU NextGen Feb 28
Follow the amazing adventures in pedestrian safety.
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Darren Proulx Feb 27
The costs of suburban versus urban, it costs almost double and we all pay for it
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CNU NextGen Feb 27
DC will not become ‘like Amsterdam.’ It’ll be better.
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CNU NextGen Feb 26
The only thing worse than congestion...
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