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Thank you to all participants who submitted Haikus for the Car Free Day Haiku Contest! The contest is now closed and we are no longer accepting entries. We received over 150 haiku entries over the several weeks that the contest … Continue reading
Different people have different definitions of exactly what constitutes a “walkable” neghborhood. Here is a sort of taxonomy that I propose when classifying the walkability of a neighborhood. 1. The ‘go for a walk’-able neighborhood. Sidewalks are the only criteria … Continue reading
This came across my email today. http://newurbannetwork.com/news-opinion/blogs/charles-marohn/14427/mobilitys-diminishing-returns I don’t know if I agree that populations are remaining steady (he must be using some arcane metric), but I do agree that after a certain point, the ability to travel long distances … Continue reading