Dowell Myers sees a new opportunity for planning leadership.
Are demographics destiny? Developers and others are betting the answer is 'yes.' Story Jeffrey Spivak; sidebar by JoAnn Greco.
Rhode Island's smallest city emerges from bankruptcy by renegotiating its long-term obligations. W. Zachary Malinowski reports.
Missouri tackles regional broadband planning. By Anna Read and Damon Porter.
Iowa City uses GIS to site affordable housing — as Kristopher Ackerson explains in Planning Practice.
Joelle Greenland visits Vermont to check on the overhaul of a seriously bad brownfields site. A Sustaining Places story.
A regular column by APA's CEO Paul Farmer.
State budget surpluses, fuel cells.
Expanded takings, anti-snob statute.
Statistics in the news, compiled by APA's Research Department. This month: disaster recovery.
Tim Beatley praises the Netherlands as a model of climate proofing.
Transportation funding, ethics.
Walking the walk, biking the routes.
New reports, blogs, videos, etc.
Putting land value to work.
Cover: Sabra Field's prints, "Cosmic Geometry," are among the works on display in an overhauled brownfield site in Springfield, Vermont; photo by Jennifer Hauck, Valley News.