The guiding principle of Walkable Streets is that a walkable street is the fundamental building block of a quality community. Indeed, the pedestrian is the design imperative.
Dom Nozzi is the executive director of Walkable Streets. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Selection of Dom Nozzi’s Walkable Streets Websites and Blogs
Essential Ingredients for a Walkable, Compact Town Center
Ingredients of a Walkable Street
Measuring Walkable Urbanity
His Recommended Walkable Streets Transportation Reforms blog site
Transportation recommendations for Boulder CO, informed by his 40 years of academic and professional work in transportation, 9 years of living in Boulder, and 5 years on the Boulder Transportation Advisory Board.
His Walkable Streets Transportation Vision for Boulder CO
His Plan B blog site
His most active urban design and transportation blogging site. “Plan B” refers to the growing need for our communities and our nation to forge a dramatically new path if we expect a sustainable future rich in a rewarding quality of life. Our path for much of the past century (“Plan A”) is conventionally known as “The American Dream.” This dream has been dependent on endless low-density (and therefore community-destroying) development, forced and isolating travel by car, and high levels of consumption—mostly fueled by cheap oil. It is an inherently unsustainable path that a number of analysts now fear may be leading to the end of the American empire.
Dom Nozzi’s Biography, Credentials, and Accomplishments
Dom Nozzi’s Author spotlight
Travel and Adventures blog site
This blog is a catalog of blogs he has written of each of his significant travels and adventures throughout the United States and the world over the course of his life. It also contains blogs about major events in his life.
Best-Ever Lists blog site
This blog contains lists of what he considers to be the best in a wide range of topics such as foods, beverages, movies, books, individuals, and words.
Dom Nozzi’s Facebook profile
Dom Nozzi’s YouTube video library