Julian Agyeman has taken the lead on distilling some of our key contentions in Incomplete Streets into a provocative and readable op-ed-style article titled Are Walkable Neighborhoods and Bike Lanes Only for the Creative Class? and recently published on Zócalo Public Square (a great media platform I recommend checking out, particularly its strong California-specific coverage).
It’s mostly a synopsis of the first chapter of Incomplete Streets. We hope that rather than mere criticism, its becomes a stimulus for discussion and action around new visions for inclusive and sustainable cities.
Check out the book here and our soon-to-launch Incomplete Streets blog.
A slightly modified version of my previous post “Can Incomplete Streets Bridge Diversity Studies and Sustainability Studies?” now appears on the Routledge “Sustainability” and “Planning and Urban Design” blogs. If you want to circulate a link to the post to help promote the book, use this link and/or click through the following links to “like” or retweet about Incomplete Streets on Routledge’s social media channels: (more…)
Over the last year or so Julian Agyeman and I have been hard at work putting together the just-released edited volume titled Incomplete Streets: Processes, Practices, Possibilities. So far, the book is getting some pretty good buzz…