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The Spring issue shows us how to adapt for the future with lessons learned from the past. San Diego is transitioning from a tradition of car-centric design to denser, transit-oriented development, while Charlotte offers tips for youth engagement around long-range planning. And across the country, tourism destinations share strategies for pandemic-proofing local economies. PLUS: author Leslie Kern on gender and the city, how to launch a successful diversity initiative, and nine zoning reform hacks for housing affordability.
Table of Contents
"Temporary Paradise" to Ambitious Future
San Diego plans for denser, more sustainable development and rejects its car-centric past.
6 Ways to Engage Youth in Comprehensive Planning
How to meet young people where they are — including on TikTok.
Is Tourism Still a Viable Economic Development Strategy?
We check in with destinations across the country.
Infrastructure: A surge in EV legislation.
Historic Preservation: Uncovering LGBTQ+ history.
People Behind the Plans: Author Leslie Kern on gender and the city.
Et Cetera: LeBron James takes on education, new climate outlook, a soothing planning game.
TOOLS FOR THE TRADE
Housing: 9 zoning hacks for housing affordability.
The Profession: Launch a successful diversity initiative.
Tech: What you need to know about big data.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Perspectives: Upskilling for today's challenges.
Community Green: The city of 140 roundabouts.