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Public Transit: A green line

Quite a contrast between the Garden State and the Prairie State: ... read more »

Public Transit: A green line

Quite a contrast between the Garden State and the Prairie State: ... read more »

ITS EASY BEING GREEN?

In the recent article "It's Way Too Easy Being Green" on Slate.com author Daniel Brook discusses some of the possible loopholes in USGBC's Leadership in E ... read more »

Washington Post: The End of Sprawl?

The Washington Post ran a great piece on Sunday about how rising gas prices will push our country toward more urban development patterns. ... read more »

How Green Is Your Neighborhood?

Time magazine had a great article on their website this week about how New Urbanism addresses the problems of global warming and public health. ... read more »

The Bulldozer Wins

Lee Myung Bak, the "Bulldozer", was elected as President of South Korea on Wednesday. ... read more »

As deadlines loom, the fight for Buffalo's waterfront escalates

While the New York State Transportation Department prepares to award construction contracts for an improvement of Buffalo's Route 5 elevated expressway, ... read more »

Austin Officials Solidifying Role of New Urbanism

As recent Austin Business Journal articles can attest, planning in Austin is becoming more and more dominated by new urbanists. ... read more »

Austin Chronicle Discusses Planning with Duany, Dittmar

CNU Board members Andres Duany and Hank Dittmar are featured in Katherine Gregor's "Developing Stories" article from the No ... read more »