In this edition: The “Country Music Capital” is becoming more urban; Millennials are changing the way offices are designed; the suburb that isn’t.
In this edition: Loops and Lollipops; a sprawling city declares war on obesity; do helmet laws discourage people from riding bicycles?
In this edition: Cures for zombie malls; re-imagining a public space doesn’t have to be expensive; Huntsville’s metro economy is as large as a country with three times as many people.
In this edition: Does shopping on Amazon create more traffic?; Alabama explores a gas tax increase; mixed-use meets college football.
In this edition: the cost of gridlock; the “Internet of Things” helps city services run more efficiently; an unexpected city is a national leader in STEM jobs per capita.
In this edition: Dutch intersections in the US; using schools as community centers; can a trailer park survive in red-hot Silicon Valley?
In this edition: Highway interchanges as works of art; an example of “tactical urbanism” in Boston; walking as a spectator sport.
In this edition: A state DOT realizes widening roads isn’t the answer to congestion; unique experiences for local businesses; innovation districts and advanced manufacturing.
In this edition: Single-use office parks aren’t doing well; alternatives to elevated downtown freeways; a trio of quality-of-life improvements are announced in Huntsville.
In this edition: Birmingham is taking steps to improve their transit system; Google dabbles in urban planning; cool office spaces in gritty neighborhoods.