D Magazine Dallas and the New Urbanism 2018
Other regions have discovered huge value in walkable urban places while North Texas lags. But that is changing—fast.
Some projects, when they go right, become a place. Others do not. Here are a few examples of both.
By Julia Bunch
Southern Dallas is dotted with historic streetcar stops. With a little spit and polish, they could be restored as neighborhood centers.
By Patrick Kennedy
In the competition among world cities, we lose with every new mile of asphalt. That hasn’t stopped regional planners from shoveling billions of dollars into freeway projects.
By Brandon Formby
Most of them were written a long, long time ago. They often defy logic, inhibit good design, and dampen variety. Our governments need to adapt so our cities can, too.
By Joseph Guinto
I used to do suburban sprawl. Then I bought a lot of Deep Ellum. Here’s what I learned.
By Scott Rohrman