Public Library

Welcome to the CNU Public Library. On this page, you can access a variety of resources that represent some of the most engrossing, pertinent and necessary studies and articles being done on behalf of urbanism. While not affiliated or associated with CNU directly, these reports illustrate outstanding and thoughtful work addressing the urban condition.

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Moving to Opportunity
Partnership for Southern Equity
Location Efficiency and Housing Type
Jonathan Rose Companies
Where We Need to Go: A Civil Rights Roadmap for Transportation Equity
The Leadership Conference Education Fund
Crime and Place: Rapidly Evolving Research Methods in the 21st Century
Patricia Brantingham
The Commissioner - Fall 2011
American Planning Association
The Master Plan of Florida City
Commute Mode and Latino New Urbanism: Evidence from the 2006-2008 American Community Survey
Evelyn Blumenberg & Madeline Wander
HOPE VI Resident Displacement: Using HOPE VI Program Goals To Evaluate Neighborhood Outcomes
Roderick W. Jones
The New American Ghost Town: Foreclosure, Abandonment, and the Prospects for City Planning
Justin Hollander, Colin Polsky, Dan Zinder, and Dan Runfola
Smarter, Faster, Cheaper: An Operations Efficiency Benchmarking Study of 100 American Cities
IBM Global Business Services
From Stretched to Strengthened: Insights from the Global Chief Marketing Officer Study
Transect Planning: Reconciling Environmentalism and Urbanism
Andrés Duany
Vibrant Cities & Urban Forests: A National Call to Action
The 2012-13 Budget: Unwinding Redevelopment
Legislative Analyst's Office
The 2011 Community Preference Study
Belden Russonelle & Stewart
Suburban Tissue Analysis and Retrofitability
Arman Tolentino
The Life and Death of Urban Highways
Institute for Transportation & Development Policy and EMBARQ
Access: Issue 39, Fall 2011
Transportation Research at the University of California