Durable Growth, Transportation

On the coherency of transects and urban growth boundaries – Part four

San Francisco

With this post, I’ll close my far-flung cogitations on the alternative location for the second SMART station in Petaluma and the conclusions to which my thinking led me.

I fear I may have confused a few readers by the way I connected the dots in my head. It seemed logical to me, […]

Durable Growth

Laguna West: Failed execution

Laguna West streetscape

In recent weeks, I’ve written about a daytrip I took to several Northern California cities. I was looking for urbanism insights to be gleaned during quick visits. Today I’ll write about my last stop. After the big box misdirection in Woodland, the ill-conceived environmental priorities in North Highlands, and the misallocation […]