I've just discovered Strong Towns through the Not Just Bikes YouTube page, and I'm really appreciating the analysis! I grew up in suburbs Toronto, so many parts of this analysis resonate -- the good and the bad. I've just recently moved to Vermont, though, and this is a very different context. Vermont seems to have a lot of 'strong towns,' and/but there is a *ton* of driving, both within them and between them. Does Strong Towns have any analysis for implementing the same style of thinking in rural areas, or between towns? Or are there other folks who are doing this kind of thinking?? It seems like Vermont is actually so well set up to have a much more multi-modal transport plan, but there's such a strong sense that 'everyone needs a car here,' 'because it's rural.'