Monthly Archives: September 2018

Maximum Height for Buildings?

By Dom Nozzi October 14, 2014 I continue to believe that five stories generally makes sense as a maximum height for a smaller city such as Boulder Colorado. I wouldn’t be rigidly opposed to taller buildings, but I think taller … Continue reading

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Urbanism is the New Green

By Dom Nozzi November 3, 2015 With less compact, lower-density, suburban development, extremely high per capita car use is inevitable, and high levels of walking, bicycling and transit is impossible. With more compact, higher-density, urban development, car use is relatively … Continue reading

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Getting Around without a Car

By Dom Nozzi September 8, 2015 For me, getting around without a car is much easier than most think. To start with, it is usually a good idea to live in a college town, where one typically finds relatively good … Continue reading

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Speeding in Boulder CO

By Dom Nozzi June 30, 2018 Yesterday on a NextDoor email list in my town of Boulder CO (a list that I can barely stand to look at given the proliferation of moronic, mean-spirited, misanthropic, selfish views expressed there – … Continue reading

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Boulder’s Most Needed Transportation Reforms

By Dom Nozzi April 1, 2018 As I stepped down after my five-year term on the Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) in March 2018, I left with the following thoughts about the most pressing transportation reforms needed by Boulder – a … Continue reading

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What is Causing the Fierce Opposition to Right-Sizing of Folsom St in Boulder?

By Dom Nozzi September 1, 2015 In my opinion, there are three things that are primarily creating the extreme opposition to right-sizing Folsom Street in Boulder, Colorado. When people travel inside huge metal boxes, they inevitably are slowed down on … Continue reading

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What’s with the Double Standard on Right-Sizing a Road?

August 18, 2015 By Dom Nozzi Over the past several weeks, there has been an avalanche of letters attacking the City proposal to right-size Folsom. Hundreds of opponents filled the Council auditorium to denounce the idea at multiple meetings. The … Continue reading

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