The Sophomore Who Got Dallas to Pay Attention to Street Safety Near Adamson High
After a paint job eliminated crosswalks near the Oak Cliff high school, a student with urban planning ambitions got to work.
Assessing Dallas’ Next Convention Center, a Project Worth Billions That Will Change Downtown
The race is on: the City Council last week was briefed on a new master plan for the current convention center. The visitor’s bureau is bullish, but what does it mean for those who live here?
DART’s $111 Million Giveaway to Dallas May Mean Five Mile Creek Trail, Sidewalks, Bike Lanes, More
DART is giving its member cities extra sales tax dollars, and Dallas’ share is over $100 million. Let’s break down how the city wants to use it.
New Podcast: Mark Lamster Argues for Redesigning Dealey Plaza
The paper’s architecture critic has an idea to reshape Dealey Plaza, providing for better connectivity and pedestrian infrastructure while memorializing the tragedies that happened there.
The Future of West Oak Cliff Is in the City Council’s Hands
As development pushes south from Bishop Arts, the City Council has an opportunity to improve a neighborhood for the people who live there now—and help keep them there as new ones come.
Council Questions the Future of I-345, But Its Destiny May Already Be Decided
The Dallas City Council got its first opportunity to ask questions about the state’s preference to trench the elevated freeway. But the state’s transportation agency hasn’t been willing to pay for anything that reduces traffic capacity.
The City Planner Comes to Uptown: A Conversation With Author and Designer Jeff Speck
Uptown Dallas Inc. welcomes the author of one of the most popular city planning books to talk about what could be Dallas’ most walkable neighborhood.
Dallas City Council Members Walk Back Promise to Remove I-345
I-345’s public comment period ends tonight. The question we all need to ask ourselves: What kind of city do we want?
Dallas: The City That Hates Pedestrians, Pt. 45
Which do you prefer? A fence or a sidewalk?
TxDOT’s Official Recommendation for I-345: Don’t Remove It, Bury It
The state’s “preferred alternative” for the highway between downtown and Deep Ellum is to bury it below-grade, reconnecting the street grid by way of the existing streets. Outright removal appears doomed.