Is your neighborhood or town walkable? When Reset asked that question on Twitter, most people said yes — with room for improvement. Plus, a recent report shows that the demand for walkable neighborhoods far outstrips the supply. That, combined with today’s housing crisis, emphasizes the need for more mixed-income and well-connected real estate.
Reset digs into what makes communities walkable, who is left out when a neighborhood isn’t, and how urban planning could make it easier to get around by foot.
GUESTS: Courtney Cobbs, co-founder of Better Streets Chicago
Sam Kling, a fellow and director of global cities research at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Jose Manuel Almanza, director of advocacy and movement building for Equiticity