Monthly Archives: September 2013
by Daniel Kitts Friday June 21, 2013 Piscataquis Village Investor, J.H. Crawford, has written two books on how to achieve the idea of cities without cars: “Carfree Cities” and “Carfree Design Manual.” He talks to Agenda intern Krystyna Henke about how cities … Continue reading
Nathan Lewis – www.newworldeconomics.com “It was never a matter of “we have cars now, so we need to make our streets wider.” Rather, it was a matter of: “We have these enormously wide streets, which are full of mud because they … Continue reading
By Charles Marohn over at Strong Towns “In a world where so many people now have access to education and cheap tools of innovation, innovation that happens from the bottom up tends to be chaotic but smart. Innovation that happens … Continue reading
From Vincze Miklos Let’s take a Sunday tour of some Narrow Houses….continue
Kai Laursen – The Atlantic Cities From a land use perspective, satellite cities and urban infill development are the best ways to accommodate population growth while preserving open space and farmland. The alternative is urban sprawl. Continue Reading…..
by Jess Knox, Disruptive Growth – Bangor Daily News Blogs “Living in the woods and in rural Maine, the advantages come from living in serenity. My peaceful surroundings allow for me to stay true to my vision and myself for … Continue reading