Placemaking and street design for conservatives, with Bill Lindeke

Bill Lindeke started blogging about sidewalks and cities almost 10 years ago. The catalyst was reading Jane Jacobs. When we spoke, Bill was working on his dissertation about bicycling and cities. He’s […]

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Human-scale transit planning and design, with Jarrett Walker

As a teenager in the 1970s, Jarrett Walker lived in Portland Oregon during a land use and transportation revolution. A waterfront freeway was removed. A new freeway was scrapped from […]

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Political conservatives should be smart growth champions, with James Bacon

  Author and publisher James Bacon was editor-in-chief of Virginia Business magazine before launching his own publication, Bacon’s Rebellion. Bacon’s Rebellion covers a wide range of public policy issues in […]

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Urbanism without effort (book discussion), with Chuck Wolfe

Chuck Wolfe is an attorney, author, traveler, and photographer. He lives in Seattle, WA but is quite the globetrotter. He joined Urbanism Speakeasy this week to discuss his new book, […]

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Urban farming and food tyranny, with Josh O’Conner

  Josh O’Conner is a Senior Editor for the Urban Times an online magazine. He’s a planner by trade and an advocate for community-oriented urbanism. When he’s off the clock, […]

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Market urbanism, with Emily Washington

  Emily Washington works for the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and blogs atMarketUrbanism.com. She has a master’s degree in economics and focuses her attention on state and local […]

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Driverless cars, the most courteous drivers

Paul Godsmark is an engineer with experience all over the globe. Before moving to Canada a couple years ago, he had projects in 9 countries and on 4 continents. That […]

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