Robert Steuteville's Blog

This is my last post for Better Cities & Towns. Never fear—I am the editor at CNU’s new online...
Feb 3 2016 12:09pm Robert Steuteville
Coming in from my slow run on this morning’s packed snow, I am grateful again for my old, walkable...
Jan 5 2016 3:39pm Robert Steuteville
If transportation officials embrace a new approach backed by science, safe and effective mobility...
Dec 14 2015 10:56am Robert Steuteville
If traffic engineering had been practiced more like medicine, the combination of data and proposed...
Dec 6 2015 9:18am Robert Steuteville
US traffic deaths are rising again—fatalities jumped 8.1 percent in the first half of 2015,...
Nov 29 2015 7:25pm Robert Steuteville
What would the Windy City look like without its freeways?
Nov 24 2015 11:17pm Robert Steuteville
Freeway-Free San Francisco, a new report by CNU, lays out a plan for better living and...
Nov 23 2015 9:06am Robert Steuteville
The TruTV show Adams Ruins Everything ran an episode on cars that is a good history of American...
Nov 12 2015 3:25pm Robert Steuteville
By any measure, San Francisco ranks among the world’s most beautiful cities. Yet for years, in a...
Oct 22 2015 9:39am Robert Steuteville
Until truly Complete Streets become a normal part of transportation engineering, this profession...
Oct 21 2015 11:40am Robert Steuteville
Ten years ago this week, designers unveiled the Katrina Cottage—which has helped to spur the “tiny...
Oct 14 2015 11:12am Robert Steuteville
The Federal Highway Administration wants to drop 11 of 13 mandatory standards for thoroughfares...
Oct 13 2015 10:36am Robert Steuteville
Through its nongovernmental Envision Utah process, the Beehive State has cut pollution, water use,...
Oct 9 2015 6:42am Robert Steuteville
A fascinating Internet discussion makes the case for solving congestion problems using economic,...
Oct 7 2015 10:14am Robert Steuteville
Sonia Hirt's Zoned in the USA (2015) is one of the more important books on land-use...
Sep 24 2015 12:51pm Robert Steuteville
Cities face challenges associated with rising values, an influx of more educated residents, and...
Sep 17 2015 3:48pm Robert Steuteville
EPA's 13th annual Smart Growth Achievement Awards recognize communities who lead the way in compact...
Sep 17 2015 3:11pm Robert Steuteville
With planning and effort, big box stores can be multimodal destinations.
Sep 9 2015 12:44pm Robert Steuteville
LA's new Mobility Plan 2035 replaces auto-centric thoroughfare designations with new urban terms.
Sep 8 2015 5:22pm Robert Steuteville
Street Smart, a first-hand account from a contrarian engineer who rose to the top of his profession...
Sep 8 2015 12:21pm Robert Steuteville
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy will launch a "Call to Action on Promoting Walking and Walkable...
Sep 3 2015 9:16am Robert Steuteville
Native Atlantan and NTBA board member David Roper and noted new urbanist Jackie Benson are excited...
Sep 2 2015 4:33pm Robert Steuteville
On the 10-year anniversary of New Orleans's disaster, Brad Pitt's Make it Right project takes a...
Sep 2 2015 2:30pm Robert Steuteville
How walkscore.com labels asphalt wastelands "highly walkable."
Sep 1 2015 2:02pm Robert Steuteville
Once a railway coal siding and more recently a full city block of asphalt surface parking, North...
Aug 27 2015 9:49am Robert Steuteville
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