Posts tagged with 'Livable Streets'
Friday Fun: The Art of the Urban Unknown - An Empty San Francisco
Friday Fun: The Art of the Urban Unknown – An Empty San Francisco
  A place without people does not a city make. If you’ve ever been to San Francisco,  you know that the urbanscape is brimming with tourists, joggers, cyclists, the jet-set and sweater-wearing locals alike. Peppering the roadways are an impressive ...
Development-Oriented Transit: Minimizing Taxpayer Investments, Maximizing Community Value
Development-Oriented Transit: Minimizing Taxpayer Investments, Maximizing Community Value
Katlin Jackson and Julia Levitt are co-authors of this post. There is a lot of talk throughout the United States about transit-oriented development (TOD). The term describes the planning of private development around station areas for new transit system investments, ...
Ashoka Changemakers: Vote Now for Solutions to Sustainable Urban Housing!
Ashoka Changemakers: Vote Now for Solutions to Sustainable Urban Housing!
The Center for Sustainable Transport in Mexico (CTS-México) is nominated as a finalist for an online competition, “Sustainable Urban Housing: Collaborating for Liveable and Inclusive Cities,” hosted by Ashoka Changemakers and funded by The Rockefeller Foundation. Other partners include the U.S. Department ...
Vote Now for Active Cities, Healthy Cities!
Vote Now for Active Cities, Healthy Cities!
Originally posted on EMBARQ.org: A new online competition, Active Cities, Healthy Cities, was launched today to raise awareness of cities in Latin America and the Caribbean dedicated to sustainable transport, the environment, and creating a healthy lifestyle for their citizens. ...
Bringing Cycling to the Forefront in Turkish Cities
Bringing Cycling to the Forefront in Turkish Cities
Originally posted on EMBARQ.org. EMBARQ Turkey, in collaboration with city officials and local planners, is working to facilitate the construction of pilot cycling corridors in three Turkish cities: Eskişehir, an urban area of about half a million people and two ...
Case Studies of Latino New Urbanism: San Ysidro
Case Studies of Latino New Urbanism: San Ysidro
This case study is a continuation of our “Cities in Flux” post about Latino New Urbanism, a way of understanding community, public spaces and neighborhoods by acknowledging the preferences and culture of Latino immigrants. They are places that are layered ...