Streetsblog is your online advocate for livable streets with daily coverage originating from reporters in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angelos and Capitol Hill. Did you know that there’s another flavor of Streetsblog? The Streetsblog Network aggregates livable streets news all over the country, from Cleveland to Tucson, Portland to Miami, Bangor to San Diego.
The Streetsblog Network is a curated collection of posts from independent blogs and newsources from across the country, a grassroots livable streets movement that is bringing together progressive transportation and planning bloggers from across the United States. Editor Angie Schmitt pulls in stories covering a range of local transportation, urban planning, livable streets and national policy issues from local bloggers and then presents it all in one blogroll.
Have one you would like to see added to the Streetsblog Network? Nominate a blog here.
Have your own website? You can add a widget or badge to your site to show that you are a member of the Network.