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Tag Archives: Complete Streets
The two projects linked below are excellent examples of how rethinking infrastructure deployment in downtowns can have a major impact on an area. The first link reveals how state and city leaders are studying the possibility of removing a stretch … Continue reading
I am in Seattle this week attending the National League of Cities (NLC) annual conference. There are a number of very interesting topics on the agenda. I will be adding to this blog throughout the week with the latest updates … Continue reading
For those of you interested in cities, urbanism, placemaking, and Michigan make sure that you check out the new podcast page from the Michigan Municipal League. “Better Communities. Better Michigan. The Podcast!” is a new series that provides in depth … Continue reading
What would Dorothy have done if there had been no Yellow Brick Road to follow to get her and her buddies to Oz? I suspect there wouldn’t have been much of a Munchkin-land or Emerald City, either one…and therefore no … Continue reading
The Prosperity Agenda: Complete Streets – Designing roadways to accommodate all users, not just motorists
Communities should be designed for people, not just cars. That’s the overall theme of this month’s Prosperity Agenda radio show on News/Talk 760 WJR. Experts on the show discuss the concept of “Complete Streets” and how we should design our … Continue reading