Cary Moon and Julia Parrett over at the People's Waterfront Coalition have just sent out their weekly update, and it is exciting indeed.
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The Governor has said the Alaskan Way Viaduct must be gone by 2012. The DOT is whittling ten options down to three.
Check out this story about the New York City Planning Commission proposing new bike parking rules. Hallelujah! When will Chicago follow suit? Are shower requirements around the corner?
While much of the discussion of sustainability focuses on global issues like climate and resources, Norman Garrick and Wesley Marshall have focused recent resear
Portland’s long reign as the go-to city for great examples of what streetcar and light rail development can do may be in jeopardy.
Showcasing narrow streets, a connected network and a new Form-Based Code CNU members toured Davidson, North Carolina as part of the annual CNU transportation summit. Town Planning Director J.
Transportation for America has organized a letter campaign urging President-elect Barack Obama to make transportation investment a priority in his first 100 days in
Economic troubles are causing home buyers and developers to reconsider the housing trends that have defined american suburbs for 50 years.
Once largely blue collar, the 1.9-square-mile borough suffered during the 1980s and early ’90s from its proximity to Camden just to the west, and the exodus of businesses to malls.