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A bi-weekly podcast with inspiring guest interviews and practical ideas on making your city, better. Practical advice to inspire you to take action for your place you call home. Join the movement.

Livable City Jim Hodapp

    • Gesellschaft und Kultur

A bi-weekly podcast with inspiring guest interviews and practical ideas on making your city, better. Practical advice to inspire you to take action for your place you call home. Join the movement.

    The War on Cars? Part II - Doug Gordon

    The War on Cars? Part II - Doug Gordon

    Part II of my conversation with Doug Gordon, host of The War on Cars podcast and local better streets advocate in Brooklyn, NY. In this part we get even deeper on the way cars have impacted our cities and Doug has some very good advice on how you can begin to push back on cars where you live.


    You can find Part I before this episode released on March 23.


    Follow the work of Doug on Twitter and definitely check out his work with The War on Cars podcast.

    • 36 Min.
    The War on Cars? Part I - Doug Gordon

    The War on Cars? Part I - Doug Gordon

    Are we talking about a literal war on cars here...not quite. Cars do have their legitimate place in our cities. But in many cities they’ve become the only real and viable way of getting around for millions of people and that comes with many, many problems unleashed on society at large. So where do cars belong in our cities then?

    My guest today is podcast host and Brooklyn New York better streets activist Doug Gordon with the very fun and popular podcast called The War on Cars.

    • 35 Min.
    Transit Increases Livability - Jeff Wood

    Transit Increases Livability - Jeff Wood

    How does transit affect the livability of a place? Turns out, quite a bit. My guest today, Jeff Wood of the Talking Headways podcast, talks about how important it is to be able to experience your city through as many different transportation options as possible. 

    • 1 Std. 9 Min.
    Calmer, More Enjoyable Cities - Chris & Melissa Bruntlett

    Calmer, More Enjoyable Cities - Chris & Melissa Bruntlett

    How calm and enjoyable is your neighborhood, your town, your city? I’m not talking about a sleepy place where very little is going on, but a vibrant place that is still, even while bustling, calm and enjoyable for the vast majority of people who live there or move through it. If not your town or city, then have you visited one where you really noticed and enjoyed this aspect about that place?

    • 1 Std. 4 Min.
    Think AND Do - Gary Reiter

    Think AND Do - Gary Reiter

    What does it take to lead change? Ultimately, it means taking action and not just getting stuck thinking about taking action. For my guest today, Gary Reiter, this was a conscious decision that he wrestled with and ultimately decided on if he was to help make a difference in his neighborhood in Indianapolis.

    Gary is a dynamic guy with a ton of energy. He’s going to inspire you to get out of your home and see what kind of change is truly possible that you can lead.

    • 51 Min.
    Bike Lane Uprising! - Christina Whitehouse

    Bike Lane Uprising! - Christina Whitehouse

    Bike lanes are sometimes controversial in communities because they’re seen as something encroaching on the space, efficiency and our limited time in getting somewhere by car. Love cars or hate them, for many places in the world they’re the primary and many times only current way of getting somewhere. My guest today believes that one should be able to choose to use their bike, particularly in dense towns or cities, to get somewhere and not feel like their very life is threatened.

    • 35 Min.

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