John McCarron explains what the November elections might mean for infrastructure.
Empty boxes of all sorts are being converted to new uses — as James Krohe Jr. notes in Planning Practice. With a sidebar on armories by Beth Henary Watson.
A young planner's Peace Corps project could help to sustain a Malawi village. Brian Smyser reports from Africa.
High schools are zeroing in on urban planning, and Nate Berg is on the scene.
Peter Gisolfi offers a new way of thinking about an entrenched problem. A Sustaining Places story.
What's good for singles and retirees is even better for children, say Robert Cervero and Cathleen Sullivan.
Portland's food carts are everywhere. Samuel Adams Beresky samples the fares.
Fracking on hold in New York, Vancouver bike lanes.
Mobile home rent control, protest sign
Statistics in the news, compiled by APA's Research Department. This month: infrastructure investment.
Reid Ewing describes a new model — one that's both collaborative and rational.
Beware of hidden costs.
Parks are paramount, community land trusts.
News reports, blogs, videos, etc.
What places of worship can do for a neighborhood.
Cover art: Residents of Bembe, Malawi, build a school. Photo by Brian Smyser.