Walkable City Rules
December 5, 2018 12:45 PM - by Jeff Speck - Subscribe

Nearly every US city would like to be more walkable—for reasons of health, wealth, and the environment—yet few are taking the proper steps to get there. The goals are often clear, but the path is seldom easy. Jeff Speck’s follow-up to his bestselling Walkable City is the resource that cities and citizens need to usher in an era of renewed street life. Walkable City Rules is a doer’s guide to making change in cities, and making it now.

Previously discussed in this MetaFilter post, with excerpts.

There've been a few more excerpts posted online since that post, like Rule 24: Create Bikeshare that Works.
posted by asperity (2 comments total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
I haven't read this one yet (I'm still on Building the Cycling City), but did show off both books to my city's public works director last night after the city council meeting.
posted by asperity at 12:52 PM on December 5, 2018

Rule 25: Don’t Mistake Uber for Transit: Support public transportation in the face of ride–hailing.
posted by asperity at 6:02 AM on December 6, 2018

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