This article is packed full of economic arguments for walkable streets.
This round-up of Strong Towns content on walkable streets is full of tips, how-tos, and examples that can be applied in your city.
This Strong Towns webcast features Jeff Speck, author of the insightful book, Walkable City.
In creating a great place, less is often more. The "recipe" for a good urban street is in fact remarkably simple, which is why societies all over the world have been able to replicate it, with some variations, for thousands of years.
Plenty of sidewalks and pathways are for pedestrians in name only. Here's a photographic look at the pedestrian-unfriendly infrastructure that pervades many of our cities.
Drivers don't have to press a button to get through an intersection. Why should pedestrians?
Places where people can safely and easily walk are far more conducive to creating a sense of community than places where everyone has to drive. This essay explains why.
Engineers are great at building roads, but we should never ask them to build our streets.
Software engineers don’t design user interface, so why do we let civil engineers design streets?