An artful bus stop can transform a wearisome wait into an inspiring visit to a micro-museum — and these stops are true masterpieces. Today, we're looking at three stops that straddle the line between sculpture and public utility, without sacrificing the basics of good benches, shelters, sidewalks and more.
This week we’re joined once again by author Chuck Wolfe to talk about his book “Sustaining a City’s Culture and Character.” We talk about sustainable travel and the “character” and “authenticity” of places. We also talk in detail about the importance of context when considering planning for the future. For those of you who prefer […]
Reprinted with permission from Sidewalk Labs. Follow Sidewalk Labs’s weekly newsletter or subscribe to its podcast, “City of the Future.” One promising trend in urban planning is the push from a growing number of U.S. cities to reduce minimum parking requirements for new developments. As the name suggests, parking minimums require developers to build a […]