Today’s post is cross-posted to Savannah Unplugged, the excellent blog run by Bill Dawers. Enjoy:
I can’t tell you how many plans I’ve read where a city used language to tout itself something akin to “The New American City” or “America’s 21st Century City.” It’s in the nature of our country that [...]
Yesterday I was having one of those conversations that made me stop and relate it to bigger changes in society. The topic was changes at work, and a boss retiring. It seems that that bit of news is becoming more frequent in my circles.
And, it makes me think: the long-discussed transition of the Baby [...]
Traffic signals and controls do not improve safety in busy, walkable areas. In fact, they typically provide less safety, as they encourage drivers to go even faster through areas that should require close attention. Mind blown yet?
Of course, signals are a logical result in a system that prioritizes [...]