Monthly Archives: February 2019

The Emperor is Wearing No Clothes: Exposing Town Planning for the Ruinous Travesty It Has Become

By Dom Nozzi October 31, 2017 Back in 1985, I somehow managed to obtain a master’s degree in town planning. But it was not until about eight years into my professional planning career that I was to realize that for … Continue reading

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Green Cars are Nowhere Near the Complete Solution

By Dom Nozzi October 17, 2017 I don’t think anyone disagrees with the point that we need to promote both “green” cars and fewer cars. The problem in cities such as Boulder CO, though, is that it seems like most … Continue reading

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Protecting “Neighborhood Character” through NIMBYism?

By Dom Nozzi October 15, 2017 There are people in Boulder who regularly state that the City Council has turned a blind eye/ear to neighborhood concerns. That they are not concerned about “protecting neighborhood character” (which is a transparent euphemism … Continue reading

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The Future for Transportation

By Dom Nozzi October 16, 2017 Many people who read my views or hear my speeches believe I am a radical that wants to “get rid of all cars.” I think that is a sign that I need to be … Continue reading

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Why Can’t an Enlightened City Move Away from Happy Motoring?

By Dom Nozzi June 18, 2014 I have been on a full-press campaign for months now to nudge my home city of Boulder CO toward building its transportation system to make people happy, not cars. Many statements at my transportation … Continue reading

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