Special Issue on Atlanta
Michael E. Kanell narrates the saga of a city that is rising up — again.
An excerpt from a new Planners Press book explains how the BeltLine is emerging as a premier addition to the public realm. Alexander Garvin offers details in Planning Practice.
Atlanta's top planner tackles tough problems. An interview with James Shelby — conducted by Ben Smith.
It takes conservation and creativity to get the job done. Marsha Walton reports in a Sustaining Places story.
Ariel Hart asks what's next for Atlanta's transportation systems. With a sidebar by Laurel Paget-Seekins.
David Pendered assesses the regional Livable Centers Initiative.
Did black Atlanta get to the promised land? By Kenya King and M. Alexis Scott.
A regular column by APA's CEO, Paul Farmer.
Ballot box winners, salty aquifers.
Disparate impact, water service.
Statistics in the news, compiled by David Pendered. This month: Georgia's movie business.
Timothy Beatley on catastrophe and creativity.
More on Cuba, RFPs.
Sustainable neighborhoods, urbanism(s).
New reports, blogs, videos, etc.
Cover: Whitewater kayakers in Columbus, Georgia. Courtesy Georgia Department of Economic Development.