New Cities Foundation

The Economist Says Dallas is Back and Booming, But Are We Changing For The Better?

By Joanna England / July 10, 2014 / 7 Comments

I went to to the same New Cities Summit that Economist blogger “A.B.” went to, but I had a much different takeaway. Maybe that’s because I live here, or because I’m jaded, or because I’ve seen how Dallas works, but I can’t do much more than give a slow nod to the blogger’s “Prime Time” […]

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New Continental Bridge Park Opens Ahead of New Cities Summit in Dallas

By Joanna England / June 16, 2014 / 1 Comment

The Continental Bridge was once the easiest way to get from downtown Dallas to West Dallas if you didn’t want to cross at Fort Worth Avenue/Beckley. But when the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge opened, the Continental Viaduct was all but obsolete. So what do you do with aging infrastructure and a growing urban population that […]

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