How transit and land-use work together to break down the walls around our lives and expand human freedom.
A century after devastating race riots in Tulsa, the city supports a community-driven plan to redevelop publicly owned sites in and near the Greenwood neighborhood.
Why mayors are increasingly acting like city planners
Pre-approved building plans can address the housing crisis by reducing regulatory friction around high-quality residential designs that fit a community’s vernacular.
This year’s Seaside Prize winners, Joseph Kohl and Victor Dover, discuss how street design is Victor's main issue and Joe will never put down his pen.
State infrastructure funding and an urban renewal designation are overcoming the challenges of a failed mall transformation in Western New York.
Built around a 150-year-old railroad depot, Greer suffered from motor-vehicle-age changes; a streetscape project has made downtown a destination.