A longitudinal study found a 53 percent increase in new urbanist type zoning in the US during the previous decade, and support for infrastructure that boosts physical activity, and ultimately, health.

Korkut Onaran, author of Urbanism for a Difficult Future, has developed community planning ideas around self-sufficient places that rely on local technology.

Electric powered bicycles may or may not be cool, but they expand access to the daily and weekly necessities of life while avoiding the many costs of driving.

Quiet, intimate urban places in the center of blocks may be built if land-use regulations allow.

A national developer who is subordinating automobiles has proposed a significant mixed-use community along the Beltline in Atlanta.

Will street designers and public officials take notice of shared, flexible Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach, which contributes to both transportation and placemaking?

California’s new legislation may be the catalyst for transforming America’s dying commercial strips

As the former Prince of Wales moves into a new and more circumscribed role, many people are reassessing his legacy for planning and design—but some are still missing a key point.

New Town at St. Charles, MO lays out patterns useful in providing enduring affordability in communities.

Unique annual film festival spotlights the world’s most inspiring stories about making cities, towns and neighborhoods better places for everyone.

We used to understand that housing construction was in the public interest