As CNU prepares for the 2008 Transportation Summit in Charlotte November 6-8, 2008 that city is making some preparations of its own.
In this article from The Guardian, a British news source, Peter Hetherington briefs readers on the past, present, and future of the HOPE VI program.
Architects, planners, and landscapers, rejoice!
Along with Seaside, Florida's Emerald Coast, so named for its deep blue-green waters, Rosemary Beach and Alys Beach are two great new urbanist communities which exemplify the cutting edge in community
In the January 24th edition of the South Mississippi Sun-Herald, readers gained an insight into the complexity and urgency with which the rebuilding of the Gulf Coast is taking place.
This January, the jury for 2008's CNU Charter Awards met in beautiful Miami, Florida, to judge entries and ultimately award the brightest and best of this year's projects.
While the New York State Transportation Department prepares to award construction contracts for an improvement of Buffalo's Route 5 elevated expressway,
Austin, Texas is a city known for its unique people and settings. In this ever-evolving and "weird" place, people are constantly innovating their own swatches of the urban fabric.
As part of CNU's 2007 Transportation Summit in London, there will be a comparison of three different street design manuals from three different countries: The United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom. In addition to providing new and valuable information, the program can count as AIA Continuing Education Credits.
In a recent Chicago Tribune front page article, writer Howard Witt details the Texas capital's rigourous efforts to curb climate change and set an example for cities around the world.