Let's face it, we can learn a lot from the Dutch!
This week features Nancy Andrews, former CEO of the Low Income Investment Fund. Nancy discusses community development, poverty reduction strategies, breaking down institutional silos, and how the Bay Area Transit Oriented Housing fund works.
This week we're joined by Doug Farr, president of Farr Associates and author of Sustainable Nation. Doug talks about different patterns of urbanism, how we can take a bottom-up approach to changing our cities, Burning Man, and why Alexis de Tocqueville's 1835 work, Democracy in America, is relevant today.
This week I chat with Susan Henderson of PlaceMakers about the use and benefits of form-based codes.
Patrick Siegman of Siegman & Associates joins the podcast for spirited discussion about the etymology of the word parking, the legend that is Donald Shoup, and why parking gets so personal.