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Upzone the City w/ Abby Kinney

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Every week on the Strong Towns Upzoned Podcast, Abby Kinney and most frequently, Chuck Marohn, Founder of Strong Towns have a discussion about a relevant article in some way connected to the Strong Towns message and movement. The thoughtful analysis of the content of the selected article is then balanced out with a segment they call the "Downzone" when they share what they've been reading, watching, or anything else that's been occupying their time.

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Gould Evans Studio for City Design

BikeWalkKC - Active Towns Podcast episode featuring Michael Kelley and Laura Steele

Active Towns Podcast with Kea Wilson original host of Upzoned

Gillham Cycletrack

Cliff Drive - Historical Video

Kevin Klinkenberg - Midtown KC Now

Incremental Development Alliance

Joe Minicozzi - Urban 3

Eldorado Canyon - Climbing

Pearl Street Mall - History

Bentonville, AR

Active Towns Dutch Cycling video montage

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