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Indianapolis has come to be known as the “Motor City” for hosting the Indianapolis 500, but it is an appropriate title   for another reason. On average, Hoosier’s drive 11,110 miles per year, per capita.With few alternate modes of transportation, it’s no surprise we rely on our “motors” more than any other Midwest [...]

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Sitting just outside the perimeter of the urban core, traditional urban neighborhoods play an important role in the success of the city due to their high levels of ownership and long-term investment in the city. These neighborhoods commonly offer quieter streets, a pedestrian friendly atmosphere, and additional private space for residents.

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We recently read this article on thisbigcity.net that discussed the concept of shared streets, where pedestrians and vehicles are placed on the same surface without any delineation between sidewalk and street. Ostensibly, the theory behind this movement is that streets are safer by making them more risky. The article lists a few factors that contribute [...]

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The Indy Green Growth Loop explores redevelopment opportunities in Indianapolis first-ring suburbs. Littered with remnants of outmoded industry and vacant brownfield sites, these first-ring suburbs have abundant acres of opportunity. Coupled with an all-but-abandoned belt railroad, the Indianapolis Belt Railroad corridor provides a physical framework for concentrating development and networking neighborhoods.
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Beijing Bikes

On May 1, 2012 By

A recent trip to China produced +3,000 images of the country’s diverse culture, food, development, and transportation. China’s burgeoning economy fuels their rapid development at record paces. The “new” contrasts the “traditional” is only one dichotomy that was apparent: east/west, rich/poor, old/young, high tech/low tech were among the others.

Here, we present the first set [...]

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Commute to Work Survey

On April 30, 2012 By

In preparation for Bike to Work Day 2012, we’re setting up another survey to on our readers’ Commute to Work. Below is a quick survey to find out the length, time, and mode of your commute to work. We’ll post the results on Bike to Work Day.

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A Klee drawing named “Angelus Novus” shows an angel looking as though he is about to move away from something he is fixedly contemplating. His eyes are staring, his mouth is open, his wings are spread. This is how one pictures the angel of history. His face is turned toward the past. Where we perceive [...]

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Commute to Work Survey

On August 24, 2011 By

 

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Urbanized : A Documentary Film

On February 23, 2011 By

Nearly half of the world’s population now live in urban areas, and that number is expected to grow to two-thirds by 2050. Urbanization is an increasingly important topic as politicians, designers, planners, educators, farmers, economists, and citizens make decisions about the way we live in cities.

As part of our mission to raise the level [...]

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2010 Census Data Released

On February 23, 2011 By

Redistricting Data
The 2010 US Census was recently released. Data for Indiana shows population growth centered around cities (see map below).

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Apportionment Data

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