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The Fall issue answers some of the planning profession’s most pressing questions around equitable disaster recovery, housing affordability innovations, and mobility justice. Meanwhile, Planning highlights five planners-turned-politicians — and how they’re addressing these issues in their own communities. PLUS: One of Washington’s fastest-growing rural cities embraces zoning reform, car-free streets go viral on Twitter, and how living shorelines can reclaim and protect vulnerable regions.
Table of Contents
A small town in Washington reformed its local code in 2018 to promote housing diversity and respond to a shortage. How are they faring now? PLUS: Zoning History in America
Five planners discuss their shift to local and state politics — and the ways their education and experience in the profession set them apart.
A decade after Hurricane Sandy, mitigation and recovery policies still fail to protect the most vulnerable. Two New York City planners lay out what happened and what needs to change. PLUS: A Superstorm and Its Lasting Impacts.
Infrastructure: Federal funding for highway remediation.
People Behind The Plans: Transportation innovator Naomi Doerner on mobility justice.
Housing: An affordability strategy from Boise.
Et Cetera: New York City transit documentary, national zoning map, local government podcast.
TOOLS FOR THE TRADE
Climate: Inland town prepares for climate migration.
Tech: AI-generated streets take Twitter.
How-To: 4 tips for regulating shortterm rentals.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Perspectives: AICP guides emerging planners.
Community Green: A living shoreline protects Jamaica Bay in Queens.