Economy

Dealing with the current economy

The revolution will not be organized (But the food and drink will be pretty good)

A meeting to present this year's Seaside Prize brought together many of New Urbanism's leading lights to discuss the future of city and town building.

With stimulus, transit dollars put more to work

Each dollar used on transit was 75 percent more effective at putting people to work than a dollar used for highway work.

Why resilience, not growth

It's the tortoise, not the hare, that wins the race.

Suburban Long Island loses its young

Young high-tech workers are shunning the land of single-family houses surrounded by patches of lawn.

Should revitalization campaigns ignore broken windows?

A new proposal for helping distressed neighborhoods tosses aside — unwisely — one of the best city-mending methods of our time.

Starter strategies for a Strong Town

Here are ten things all local governments should be doing right now to start the transition into a new economic reality.

When coworking comes to town

With many scratching to make a living in a badly damaged economy, coworking is springing up to meet the needs of independent workers.

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