When we think of “green” transportation, we often think in categories. We often talk about the comparative virtues and downsides of hybrids and plug-in electric vehicles, bicycles, public transit, and walking. However, downtown transportation is “green” to Read More
The real estate market is making a big comeback in urban areas, led by a number of major projects in Madison. What’s really interesting is that while development on the fringes of urban areas continues to be slow, young people looking for urban neighborhoods are seeing new opportunities Read More
Cities are tremendously consumptive places, but they can be places of exciting innovation, competition, collaboration, and opportunity. They can be both the source of and the solution to their own sustainability challenges. This is especially important because of demographic trends Read More
Great schools, affordable health care and safe streets all help create strong communities. But is there something deeper that draws people to a city – that makes them want to put down roots and build a life?
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