Ryan Holeywell | @RyanHoleywell | December 31, 2015
The Urban Edge blog got a new editor, new writers, and a new website in 2015 (not to mention a ton of new readers). Catch up with all the insights you might have missed this year with this roundup of our most-read stories of 2015.
In Houston, a different type of development aims to offer options as a community stands poised to gentrify.
There’s a prevailing stereotype of cyclists as upwardly mobile urbanites who use bikes by choice. But what about the working poor who bike because it’s all they can afford?
In the wake of the unrest in Ferguson, one urban planner says her profession needs to consider how it thinks about race.
Interview data from Houston parents show that when it comes to their kids’ education, race plays a big role in decisions.
New research suggests an interesting reason why we think of things like density and transit as being for liberals: it all comes down to emotions.
Space City has a reputation for being the only big American city without zoning. But that reputation is undeserved.
I fear she – like many other teachers – will be scapegoated as the reason public education is failing.
Everyone knows Houston is gentrifying quickly and real estate is hot everywhere within the Inner Loop … right?
Dallas and Houston are embracing light rail. But their approaches share little in common.
A new book explains the fascinating history of American bicyclists and makes the case for why that history still matters.