Monday What's on the Web: Next American City

Every Monday I highlight other bloggers or web contributors who are making important or interesting contributions to climate, sustainability, transportation or market transformation. Check back each week for another installment.
Next American City is a quarterly magazine focusing on how to improve cities.  It also maintains an impressive web site that includes columns, posts and lots of other information on many topics related to improving cities.  The five key topic areas with links on the top page are: Infratructure, Governance, Culture, Economy and Built Environment.  They maintain a monthly podcast called Metro Matters.  People interested in cities, how they function and where they are going will find a lot to keep their interest here.
Recent and interesting columns include:

If Transit Investment Produces Jobs, Why Isn’t There More of It?

Knoxville’s Market Square Shows Pedestrian-Only Spaces Can Work, Too

Smart Stimulus Spending: HUD’s Green Retrofit Program



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