Kevin McNally, Dec 09, 14.
East End leaders work tirelessly to preserve neighborhood's Hispanic character and involve community members in redevelopment.
Matt Dietrichson, Oct 30, 13.
Three communities in Connecticut will be trying out a new way of taxing urban land, in which community contributions are incorporated into land values.
Matt Dietrichson, Oct 29, 13.
A shift in consumer desires combined with the lingering economic recession has resulted in more bicycle than car sales in almost every European country.
Matt Dietrichson, Oct 17, 13.
The continued surge in distributed resources, such as rooftop photovoltaic and electric vehicles, will likely result in a major shift in the US's electric grid.
Downtown Development Coordinator for Redwood City, California; Blogger at plannerdan.com, Oct 08, 13.
To connect or not to connect?
Matt Dietrichson, Oct 08, 13.
A new report describes numerous was that urban leaders can encourage a shareable economy through policy change.
A new survey reveals that despite most people wanting to walk more, forty percent of Americans do not believe it is possible in their neighborhood.
Fellow at The Atlantic Cities, Oct 04, 13.
A cartoonist's vision of a car-free future
Matt Dietrichson, Oct 02, 13.
Despite being the most sprawled, car-dependent metro in the country, Houston is making strides towards becoming a more urbanized place.
A recent survey reveals how little people in America think about their most basic form of transportation.
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