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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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CNU NextGen May 25
“There was just one problem with this spot, and it was the honking.” Aaron Naparstek finds an unexpected...
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Nate Hood May 24
Want growth? Get People! Help St. Paul make this happen in Highland Park by signing our online petition:
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NewUrbanism May 25
an open-source, character-based template code that emerged out of a need for more consistent & user-friendly land use regulations in N. Engl
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CNU NextGen May 25
$2.4 billion later ... Where are the "We Subsidize Transit Too Much!" People on this one?
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Nick Magrino May 25
while my street is half as wide for construction, I noticed cars are able to use it fine, but they can't go 45 MPH and have to pay attention
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CNU NextGen May 25
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Jeff Speck May 24
Ok, but supporting bikes & peds vs cars is the opposite of elitist, since peds and bikes trend poor, minority, underserved. Drivers don't.
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Jeff Speck May 24
Why does everyone get this backwards? Good planning would make people less dependent on cars. And who has ever criminalized them ever???
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CNU NextGen May 23
Interesting in helping support the YIMBYs?...
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Scott Shaffer May 22
Can someone please tell them that elevators exist
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CNU NextGen May 22
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CNU NextGen May 22
Fundraising effort underway for Indy park where residents can ‘watch the interstate’
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CNU NextGen May 21
Minneapolis officials, developers work to fill hundreds of vacant lots | Incremental Development
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Strong Towns May 18
More joyful, active and social towns can happen through interactive, climbable
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Brent Toderian May 17
I've just assembled the definitive collection of tweets on designing kid & family friendly downtowns. Read & share.
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Andy Boenau May 18
Stuff you discover when neighborhoods are designed to promote walking and bicycling.
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NewUrbanism May 18
Great example of what New Urbanist approach can do for a church congregation, rendering its mission more effective through design
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Amanda Merck, MPH May 17
Solving traffic deaths by building wider roads is like buying bigger pants to solve the obesity crisis. -
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James Siegal May 17
By eliminating car traffic, can make an entire neighborhood a play space for .--
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Meeting of the Minds May 17
CityScope is a tool created by that uses augmented reality to quickly model the effects of large-scale urban-planning decisions.
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