Why mayors are increasingly acting like city planners
CNU has endorsed the Housing Supply and Affordability Act, introduced in the US House and Senate last week. The bill is sponsored by Representatives Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-Del.), Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Pa.), Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio), and...
The HOME act allows missing middle housing statewide, reduces parking requirements, targets entitlement delays, and received widespread support.
On the Park Bench experts reveal how to overcome barriers to healthy, thriving cities in America’s heartland.
A house plan catalog is designed to expedite construction of compact housing that fits the neighborhood context throughout the city.
The state of California is responding to the nation’s second highest housing costs (behind only Hawaii) with regulatory reforms that promote form-based codes along transit lines and commercial corridors.
The US National Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization lays out goals for practitioners of New Urbanism and smart growth “to increase convenience and reduce emissions by making it possible for people to take fewer or shorter trips.”
California’s new legislation may be the catalyst for transforming America’s dying commercial strips
We used to understand that housing construction was in the public interest
Frisco, Texas, has been one of the fastest growing cities in the US over the last three decades, going from a small town of 6,000 in 1990 to more than 200,000 today. In the 1990s, when the city north of Dallas began to boom, officials acquired land...
In Arbitrary Lines, M. Nolan Gray offers a vision for a post-zoning world—including a productive shift in the planning profession.
The remarks of the US Secretary of Transportation, announcing the launch of the Reconnecting Communities program in Birmingham last week, are posted below.