Dallas city planning

Why Wait? Here’s The Preston Center Traffic Plan – NOW

By Jon Anderson / July 10, 2015 / 2 Comments

As CandysDirt.com readers (and likely most all of Dallas) know, Councilwoman Jennifer Gates formed a task force to hire a consultant to tell them how bad traffic and parking are in the Preston Road and Northwest Highway area. Granted the scope of the project is much larger (see map), but this intersection is where the […]

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Congress for The New Urbanism is in Town, Here’s How You Can Join in For Free

By Amanda Popken / April 29, 2015 / 1 Comment

The Congress for the New Urbanism’s 23rd annual Congress (CNU 23), is in Dallas-Fort Worth this week, today through Saturday. CNU is the nation’s leading organization promoting walkable, mixed-use neighborhood development; sustainable communities; and healthier living conditions. This year’s theme, “Meeting the Demand for Walkability,” was coined after learning that 68 percent of D/FW residents of all […]

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Don’t Miss AIA Dallas’ Screening of “The Walls Are Rising” Tonight at the Sixth Floor Museum

By Joanna England / January 19, 2015 / 0 Comments

Thanks for an unexpectedly large crowd, AIA Dallas has moved its screening of the 1967 documentary “The Walls Are Rising” to the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. The film which was a call to action for the city in regards to urban planning, features photos and narration from Austin-based photographer Rob Perryman. Find out […]

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