The planning board for the replacement of the Alaskan Way Viaduct is proving itself punctual, as this latest report has come out, whittling down the 8 replacement scenarios into two "hybrid" scenarios
The distant Chicago suburb of Round Lake may just turn out to be an impressive little New Urbanist place.
A new report by Gehl Architects from Denmark finds that none of the replacement options for the Alaskan Way Viaduct are pedestrian friendly. The reason the Gehl folks cite is rather surprising.
Rick Cole over at Newgeography.com has put together a sustainable future for America.
Cary Moon and Julia Parrett over at the People's Waterfront Coalition have just sent out their weekly update, and it is exciting indeed.
The Governor has said the Alaskan Way Viaduct must be gone by 2012. The DOT is whittling ten options down to three.
"Halloween is naturally a favorite for the New Urbanist," says Steve Filmanowicz of the Congress for the New Urbanism.
This Powerpoint presentation from VA Asst.
Longtime politician and current California Attorney General Jerry Brown has recently won a battle in his war against sprawl in his home state.
CP & DR has penned this neat, and extensive, breakdown of the new regional planning requirement guidelines that Gov. Schwarzenegger just signed into law.