Americans have been cutting back on their driving ever since the recession. They've logged fewer miles on the road. They've been less likely to get a driver's license. And they've bought fewer vehicles. But does all this actually mean the U.S.
Last month, Copenhagenize Design announced their ranking of the 20 most bicycle-friendly cities in the world. Though dominated by Europe, the list has inspired cities around the world to work towards being more cycle-friendly.
There is little question that suburban strip malls represent an unsustainable architecture. Totally automobile-dependent, marked by large surface parking lots, and remarkably inefficient at using land, strip malls generate much more pollution...
New Castle seeks way to prod developers to improve parks Glenwood Springs Post Independent New Castle seeks way to prod developers to improve parks. Article · Comments. Reprints. SmallerLarger. Expand Photo.
After more than a dozen years of contentious delay, an exemplar of neighborhood-appropriate smart growth - exactly the kind of development we need - is finally, finally under construction about a half mile's walk from my house. Cathedral Commons...
Smarter Than Car is taking the example of 1980's Beijing as a case study of a city moved to a great extent by pedals. Beijing’s pedal-powered past is an example for a Bicycle Urbanism which has potential for transportation in future cities.
Smithsonian How Guerilla Gardening Can Save America's Food Deserts Smithsonian So he decided to plant a vegetable garden in the space between the sidewalk and street outside of his home, located in the working-class neighborhood where he grew up,...
In Minneapolis, the Trust for Public Land (TPL)’s highest-rated big city for public parks, 95 percent of residents (including roughly the same portion of low-income residents) live within a ten-minute walk of a city park. But in Charlotte, the...
When a neighborhood in Seattle realized it desperately needed to make it easier for local children to walk or ride to school in order to keep those kids healthy and active, the Prevention Fund helped them do it.
The last few years have seen an explosion in photo editing. In a pre-digital era, changing the tone and feel of your photographs was for professionals. Photoshop made it easy, and Instagram brought those capabilities to the mainstream, for free.
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