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.
Mary Hammon explains how to leverage the potential of big data — in Planning Practice.
Crowdsourcing takes planning to a new level, says Lisa Selin Davis.
Grant Hayzlett shares the ideal recipe for wayfinding success.
A guest column by APA President William Anderson.
Selma, charter cities.
Health impact assessments.
A bimonthly department aimed at planning commissioners, edited by Carolyn Torma.
Tim Beatley explores animal architecture.
Manhattan's Wild West, mayors rule?
Light pollution, reconsidering McHarg.
National Planning Awards
Vibrant NEO 2040, Northeast Ohio
Tecnológico de Monterrey Urban Regeneration Plan, Monterrey, Mexico
Mueller Redevelopment, Austin, Texas
Phase 1 Glenwood Refinement Plan, Springfield, Oregon
First Last Mile Strategic Plan & Planning Guidelines, Los Angeles
Boston Complete Streets Design Guidelines
"Planning and Social Media: Case Study of Public Transit and Stigma on Twitter," Lisa Schweitzer, University of Southern California
moveDC, Washington, D.C.
Making Planning Public: Newark Zoning Workshop, Newark, New Jersey
The BIG U, New York City
Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan
Green City, Clean Waters, Philadelphia
Maryland Department of Planning
Raimi + Associates, Berkeley, California
County Supervisor Greg Cox, San Diego
National Planning Excellence Award for Advancing Diversity & Social Change (in Honor of Paul Davidoff)
State Rep. Harold Mitchell, Jr. and the ReGenesis Project, Spartanburg, South Carolina
Perkins+Will, San Francisco
Cover: The Big U. BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group.
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