Press

Press about Dr. Alfonzo & State of Place!

Science Daily: Urban Design Influences Level of Physical Activity in China

Streetsblog The Overhead Wire Podcast: The “Peking” Order

Washington Square News: Health Impacts of Urban Design Analyzed

L’Atelier: Accelerating Business: Les villes chinoises doivent repenser leur aménagement urbain

CityLab: Declining Walkability Plays a Big Role in China’s Obesity Problem

Urban Land: Mariela Alfonzo named one of Urban Land Institutes 40 under 40!

Regional Business Talk Podcast: Mariela Alfonzo – State of Place

Forbes: People’s Streets: What Will Walkable Urbanism Look Like In China?

Atlantic Cities: If You Want Walkable Development, You Must Show that it Pays!

Radio New Zealand: National: Nine To Noon Podcast: Urbanist Tommy Honey

Spacing Montreal: Urban Planet: Fuel Efficiency Overwhelmed by Volume of Cars, Intersection Games, Detroit Bikes

Governing: Turning Scary Places Into the Great Places Where People Want To Live

The Region Forward’s Yardstick Blog: A Plan for Investing in Metropolitan Washington to Improve Walkability and Economic Performance

Scienceline: Non-volitional Health: Helping You Get Healthier Without You Even Realizing It

New York Academy of Science Podcast: Diagnosing Urban Design

New York Academy of Science: Sloth: Is Your City Making You Fat?

Mobility Lab: The Silver Line Playbook: Clarendon and Tysons

Business Insider: Something’s Making China Really Fat, Really Fast

Atlantic Cities: What’s Making China Fat?

Atlantic Cities: ‘Walk Score’ Is Great, But it Still Doesn’t Capture ‘Walk Appeal’

Atlantic Cities: An App That Tells You How Walkable a Street Really Is

New York Times: Now Coveted: A Walkable, Convenient Place

Atlantic Cites: Why We Pay More for Walkable Neighborhoods

National Association of Realtors: Walkable Areas Fetch Higher Home Prices

San Diego Union Tribune: Walkable Areas Are Good for the Bottom Line