May 12: Planning for Boomers | The danger of left turns | Behind the Houston bus redesign

Malcolm Burnley points to some zoning reforms that could help our growing population of Baby Boomers age in place, to which I will add legalizing accessory dwellings and granny flats.

Businesses are targeting the Millennial market with simpler renters’ insurance and smaller-footprint, cheaper Whole Foods stores.

Alaina Mabaso looks at the prospects for the Spring Garden Street Greenway.

Frequently absent from the affordability conversation is the fact that residential parking is really expensive, and housing without attached parking is a lot cheaper.

Jarrett Walker does a Strong Towns podcast on how his firm accomplished their impressive Houston bus network redesign.

WNYC explains why left turns are so dangerous.

UberUP is launching in Pittsburgh, which uses community feedback to identify gaps in the transportation network.

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