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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10 Transportation Engineering Myth That Have Thwarted the Best of Plans
Samuel I. Schwartz
THE IMPACT OF CENTER CITY ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL VIBRANCY ON GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM TRANSPORTATION
Mineta Transportation Institute
A Farewell to Fossil Fuels
Amory B. Lovins
     
Creating a Street Vitality Index
Johanna Bye
CITY UNPLANNING
David Schleicher
Low Carbon Cities
Transit Oriented Design
     
Searching for the Right Spot: Minimum Parking Requirements and Housing Affordability in New York City
Furman Center for Real Estate & Urban Policy
Transforming the modern Latin American city: Robert Moses and the International Basic Economic Corporation
Maria Cristina da Silva Leme
Parking Policy Press Release
Furman Center for Real Estate & Urban Policy
     
Reclaiming the Right of Way
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Planning in America: Perceptions and Priorities
American Planning Association
From Promise to Prosperity: Jobs and the Transportation Investment Act
Partnership for Southern Equity
     
Smarter Neighborhoods, Smarter City
Siemens
Do Land Use, Transit, And Walk Access Affect Residential Parking Demand
Daniel Rowe, et al