Every month, thousands of people — professionals and interested laypeople alike — read Planning to learn how innovative planning programs and techniques are reshaping America's communities.
Small breweries are a big deal — and some cities are courting them. Allen Best reports. Sarah Barr provides a sidebar.
John C. Dernbach offers lessons in Planning Practice.
Ed Lynch says the New York area is redefining recovery. With a web-only sidebar by Melissa Suzel Deas and Lawrence Susskind.
News and views on watershed-based planning in the Great Lakes Basin. Brian Barth reports.
The latest on "undergrounding" utility lines — by William Atkinson.
Southwestern North Carolina organizes thousands to develop a regional vision. Julie Herron Carson explains.
A regular column by Executive Director James M. Drinan.
Miami Beach, power plant reuse.
Meaningful plans, consistency.
A bimonthly department aimed at planning commissioners, edited by Carolyn Torma.
Tim Beatley says cities are for the birds.
Houston, economic development.
New reports, blogs, videos, etc.
Lessons in leading.
Cover: Craft beers. Photo illustration by Elaine Melko, melkophoto.com.
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Every month thousands of people read Planning to learn how innovative planning programs and techniques are reshaping America's communities.
In 2015, Planning features special issues on transportation and Seattle — our National Conference host city — and a special report on hazards and disasters.