‘Car Sick’ by Lynn Sloman is easily one of my favorite books on car-dependence, walkability and shifting towards a more sustainable mobility paradigm. Chapter 1 holds this
Earlier this year I shared the news that I had been confirmed as a fellow at The Schumacher Institute, so I wanted to spotlight these two books today.
Currently reading Car-Sick: Solutions for Our Car-addicted Culture, by Lynn Sloman Chapter 1 holds this gem of insight (among many gems): “…even the better engineers and urban
“…the walkable city, the oldest kind of city, is going to be the key to whatever success we have in meeting the challenges of the future.” From
“Urban areas can lead or lag in sustainability transitions but ultimately sustainable towns and cities exist only as components of more or less sustainable societies.” David Simon in
We recently finished Walkable City by Jeff Speck, an absolutely essential read and now highly valued reference in our library. We thank Jeff for taking time for
Books read thus far this year 📚 📕 ‘Walkable City: How Downtown Can Save America: One Step at a Time’ by Jeff Speck 📘 ‘Street Fight: Handbook