Sep 27, 2022
This week on Mondays we cover a ton of ground including Transportation Insecurity, putting retail away from arterial streets, pattern book building, bad intersections, forced flood buyouts and much more!
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Transportation insecurity - Washington Center for Equitable...
Sep 15, 2022
We're at 400 episodes and I want to thank the listeners for letting us come into their podcatchers each week. We've got 13 clips from shows in the first 399 episodes. We share clips on microtransit, urban delivery systems, city fiber networks, 3D urban design, transit value capture, zoning reform, walking,...
Aug 30, 2022
This week on Mondays we're playing catch up with stories from the last five weeks of The Overhead Wire newsletter. Dangerous roads, TXDOT skirts environmental rules, young adults stay close to home, Stuttgart's green corridor and much more. You can find all the links to the stories in the notes below:
Aug 4, 2022
This week we’re joined by architecture writer and journalist Alexandra Lange to talk about her book: Meet Me by the Fountain: An Inside History of the Mall. We chat about the evolution of the mall, equity and legal implications, and of course pop culture.
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Jun 16, 2022
This week we’re joined by University of Pennsylvania’s Fritz Steiner and Bob Yaro and University of Texas’ Ming Zhang to talk about their new book, Megaregions and America’s Future. We discuss the idea of Megaregions and why they are so important for the future of our society and the planet.
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