- Why Do People Keep Being Killed on This Road? by Charles Marohn | December 10, 2018
Tragedy predictably occurs when our road designs combine high speeds and randomness.
- Three Cheers for Minneapolis (The 3 is for Triplex) by Daniel Herriges | December 12, 2018
Minneapolis just became the first major U.S. city in a long time to embrace a key Strong Towns principle: every neighborhood should be allowed to evolve to the next increment of development.
- If We Win, You Won’t Hear About It by Daniel Herriges | December 5, 2018
If Strong Towns is successful—really successful—you won’t hear about it, because the vast majority of the change we produce won’t be attributed to us at all. It will be embedded in the broader culture.
- Let Them Apply for Variances by Nolan Gray | December 6, 2018
If granting exceptions to your city’s planning rules is so common as to have become the norm, perhaps it’s time to reconsider the rules themselves.
- Best of 2018: Why Walkable Streets are More Economically Productive by Rachel Quednau | December 4, 2018
When we aim for perfection, imperfections will disturb us. But, when we aim for imperfection, other imperfections build character.