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THE INFRASTRUCTURIST
The Choo-Choo Diaries
If you can urgently discuss population pressures and the wastefulness of low-density sprawl while riding through the moonscaped great basin of Utah and the primitive canyons of Colorado, you must really mean it. A moveable salon aboard the California Zephyr.
June 10, 2009

THE ATLANTIC
Road Worriers
With volatile gas prices, imploding suburban real estate, and an incoming administration, smart growth advocates seize their moment.
January/February, 2009

THE NEW YORKER
Recreational Vehicle
Herman and Candelaria Zapp and family traverse the hemisphere in an antique car.
October 29, 2007

THE OXFORD AMERICAN
The Terrible Opportunity
How hurricanes Katrina and Rita became a defining moment for New Urbanism.
Spring 2006 (PDF)

SMITHSONIAN
Net Worker
Where are your friends in cyberspace? Closer than you might think, says Internet researcher Jon Kleinberg
October 2007

THE OXFORD AMERICAN
Old Man Bridge
A new bridge promises change in the Mississippi and Arkansas Delta. But will it ever be built?
Winter 2005

THE OXFORD AMERICAN
Hard Core Troubadours
The Old Crow Medicine Show's rise to fame.
March/April 2003

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WNYC's THE TAKEAWAY
Urban Safari: Denver
Denver, a town that has epitomized American urban sprawl, is trying hard to reinvent itself. This week, it's the host city for the Congress on New Urbanism.
June 10, 2009
June 11, 2009
June 12, 2009

WNYC's THE TAKEAWAY
Re-Making Times Square
Segments of Broadway are now closed to cars. Matt Dellinger looks at why New York is taking this step, and what it might mean for cities around the U.S. (5:24)
May 25, 2009

WNYC's THE TAKEAWAY
High Speed Trains in the U.S.?
Recently, President Obama expressed his vision for high-speed passenger rail. Matt Dellinger sizes up the possibilities. (5:38)
April 17, 2009

WNYC's THE TAKEAWAY
People Are Driving Less...
Driving is declining and ridership on public transportation is up. Are Americans' travel habits changing for good? (7:39)
December 15, 2008

WNYC's THE TAKEAWAY
The Road Ahead
As part of the America’s Briefing Book series, Matt Dellinger explains what President-elect Obama needs to know about Infrastructure. (7:10)
November 11, 2008

THE NEW YORKER OUT LOUD
Lost Soul
Sasha Frere-Jones talks to Matt about the decline of racial miscegenation in American music, with clips of relevant songs. (14:59)
October 22, 2007

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