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New Group Launched to Focus on Midwest Urbanism

A new organization focusing on urbanism in the Midwest is launching in Cincinnati. Read the story for more details on how to get involved.

CNU23: Unsure About Expectations, Dallas an Unexpected Delight

Not knowing much about Dallas, and having heard so many terrible things about the Lone Star State's urbanism, expectations were low for a recent visit for CNU23, but the city turned out to be a pleasant surprise.

CNU23: Conversation on Transit Should Focus on Access, Not Technology

Jarrett Walker is one of the most outspoken critics of transit in North America. While at CNU23 in Dallas last week he told those in attendance that too much attention is paid to technology and physical improvements.

GUEST EDITORIAL: Is Society Too Demanding When it Comes to Urbanity?

Urbanists have all sorts of goals and expectations for cities and those who live and work there. Critics, meanwhile, have expectations of their own. Are we as a society perhaps holding the concept of urbanity to too high of a standard?

CNU22: The Nation’s Strong Urbanist Movement is Rooting for Cincinnati

The journey to Buffalo was filled with smoke and flames. As the towering inferno that was our Megabus burned away into chard wreckage along...