In this edition: How one city went “Town and Gown”; the Scenic City does it again; Planning in the land of Walmart.
(UPDATED 11 August 2014) In this edition: The search for innovative parking design; remembering the most generically-named mall ever; Nashville “picks” its future.
In this edition: using land banks to revitalize neighborhoods, park benches that also charge your phone, and the future of the South as an urban region.
In this edition: A transportation-heavy issue, from trains to kayaks.
In this edition: how a car-centric city learned to love trains again, boomerang kids, and a World Cup host city that also happens to be an urban planning mecca.
In this week’s edition, electric cars are selling in unexpected places, innovation districts are the new office parks, and a neat promotional video.
In this edition– Huntsville continues its rise to the top, Houston has second thoughts about zoning, and making cents of bike infrastructure.
Welcome to the first installment of “What We’re Reading”, a collection of planning-related articles, books, videos and more. In this week’s edition– the rise of bicycling in smaller cities, granny flats, and a traveling tomato.