Holiday Greetings from New Geography


Here’s to the end of our 31st month publishing It’s been another good year of steady growth. Thanks for reading, for the good natured arguments, and your submissions. We hope your holiday season is relaxing and safe (for me it’s a 350 mile drive across the frozen tundra.)

Here’s a look at of some of our most popular pieces over the past year.

The War Against Suburbia
Reducing Travel Congestion and Improving Travel Options in Los Angeles
Housing Affordability as Public Policy: The New Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey
Beyond Neo-Victorianism: A Call for Design Diversity

America on the Rise
A Race of Races

What American Demographics Will Look Like in 2050
Midwest Success Stories
New Traffic Scorecard Reinforces Density-Traffic Congestion Nexus
Let’s Not Fool Ourselves On Urban Growth

Best Cities Rankings
Finding Good in this Bad Time

Is it Game Over for Atlanta?
Bungled Parliament: The Price of Pursuing Safe Society Over Growth and Opportunity
Shanghai: The Rise of the Global City

The Future of America’s Working Class
Time to Dismantle the American Dream?
The Suburban Exodous, Are We There Yet?

How Texas Avoided the Great Recession
”James Drain” Hits Cleveland
Civic Choices: The Quality Vs. Quantity Dilemma

The Golden State’s War on Itself
The Beginning of the Great Deconstruction
Urban Legends, Why Suburbs Not Dense Cities are the Future
City Thinking is Stuck in the 90s
Can the Suburban Fringe be Downtown-Adjacent?

The New World Order
City Size Does Not Matter Much Anymore

The Smackdown of the Creative Class
Greetings from Recoveryland, Ten Places to Watch Coming out of the Great Recession
The World’s Fastest Growing Cities
The Privitization-Industrial Complex

I Opt Out of California
The Rise of the Efficient City
The Other Chambers of Commerce

Hasta La Vista, Failure
If California is so Great, Why are So Many Leaving?
Cities that Prosper, Cool or Not

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