A 12-block waterfront redevelopment broke ground in Washington DC that extensively uses the concept of "share-space" streets for the purpose of placemaking.
Here are changes needed to make a small apartment complex in Chico truly walkable.
Columbia Pike in Arlington, Virginia, one of the more successful commercial strip redevelopment areas spurred by a form-based code, will get a streetcar.
While some Main Streets seem well past their prime, others – like Corning’s – remain thriving to this day. Why? Location is important, but design and context also matter.
When Burlingame completes the makeover of its main street, it may be one of the most beautiful streets in Northern California. Here's what I saw ...
Fire officials often push for wider streets so that their biggest trucks can move more swiftly — but the wider streets lead to more deaths and injuries. They do this, supposedly, in the name of safety.
A new benchmarking report on biking and walking reveals a big hole in this growing movement — many ped-bike advocates rarely talk to urbanists and vice-versa.
Ben Hamilton-Baillie will have a plenary spot at CNU 22 in Buffalo June 6 to share his experiences implementing shared streets.
Designed properly, roundabouts enhance placemaking and the pedestrian experience.
Coalitions and strategic politics — and shifting cultural values — can deliver the structural change needed to allow American urbanism to flower again, according to Benjamin Ross, author of Dead End.
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