City Making Math

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CanU President Brent Toderian teases the theme of this year’s summit discussing how better math can help build better cities in his nationally featured article in Metro News.

“When it comes to designing and building smarter and more successful places, we understand more about the quantifiable science of cities — the “math of city-making” if you will — than ever before.

When it comes to great cities, I’m the first to point out that not all that counts can be counted, but most of the things we can count lend support to smarter ways of thinking about how our cities grow and change. To be blunt, the math suggests that we’ve been doing a lot of things wrong. And the same math can help us understand how to do it better.”

Read the full article here.



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