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Funding municipal infrastructure when times are tough. Corry Buckwalter Berkooz explains in Planning Practice.
A fresh look at home sharing — by Anne Wyatt.
Nicola Davies describes how to use biomimicry for planning and urban design.
While parts of the country still struggle, investment in Lone Star cities is on fire. Bridget Mintz Testa counts the ways.
A historic plan has modern applications. By Thomas Wilson and Patrick Shay.
Philip Walker makes sense of the best combinations.
A regular column by APA's CEO, Paul Farmer.
Lost city, participatory budgeting.
Statewide zoning, rail rights-of-way.
Statistics in the news. This month: pensions.
Tim Beatley takes the microbial view.
RFPs, city kids.
Public life, endangered species.
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Every month thousands of people read Planning to learn how innovative planning programs and techniques are reshaping America's communities.
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