In researching information for People Places, I realize that I am far from alone. On the Links page, I list major portals that approach one or more specific issues in depth. Here, I list Web sites that articulate similar ideas as my site. Of course, there are many more Web sites that share these concerns, but I'll list sites that represent a point of view well and which have useful content that helps shed light on the People Places topics of concern.
A company that creates images communicating the advantage of "friendly, socially-interactive communities." These images are dramatic and fascinating, and show how an automobile-oriented, pedestrian-unfriendly place can be transformed to one more attuned to pedestrians.