Updated: Jan 28
As we are all too aware, COVID-19 has changed our daily lives and our communities. And while we are still grappling with how to navigate living with the virus among us, we can -- and should -- start thinking about what it means for our communities. Asking ourselves how we can improve our cities, not only to address this virus, but to address the existing issues it has made more visible.
These questions are being debated and studied by some of the nation's leading thinkers. We're curating a repository of articles, reports, podcasts, and webinars to keep you up-to-date on the discussion.
ARTICLES AND STUDIES
To save elderly at risk of Covid, legalize 'granny houses' (The American Conservative)
COVID-19: A catalyst for more inclusive cities (City Observatory)
Pandemic-resilient community planning (Victoria Transport Policy Institute)
Fear of public transit got ahead of the evidence (The Atlantic)
Hope for the best, plan for the worst: Addressing the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic in America’s struggling neighborhoods (Center for Community Progress)
To stay stably housed, renters need $16B per month in housing support during the COVID-19 crisis (Urban Institute Research)
E-stonia, Richard Florida, and intro regrets (The Sidewalk Weekly)