Special Issue on Transportation
Will East Coast ports grab more market share after the Panama Canal is widened? Jeff Spivak sails into the fray.
The debate over revamping I-70 reflects what's happening nationally. Allen Best is on the scene.
Sidebar: Meanwhile, on I-80
Automobile-crazy Oklahoma City rebuilds its downtown around pedestrians and cyclists, Jeff Speck reports. A Sustaining Places story.
Corry Buckwalter Berkooz and Laetitia Dablanc explain how European cities manage their urban freight deliveries.
Young Americans are embracing trains and buses — because technology makes public transit the cool way to go. By Joseph Schwieterman.
Darrin Youker rides bus rapid transit — in Planning Practice.
Earthquake responses, San Francisco subway.
Plat denial, medical marijuana.
Statistics in the news, compiled by APA's Research Department. This month: transportation.
Tim Beatley explores San Francisco's Nature in the City program.
Clarifying APA's position on RLUIPA, digital billboards.
Urbanism will save us, dead-end highway.
News reports, blogs, videos, etc.
The highly effective planner.
Cover art: Gatun Locks, Panama Canal. Photo courtesy Panama Canal Authority.