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Urban Agriculture (PAS 563)

2011 Paperback
This PAS Report provides authoritative guidance for dealing with the implications of this cutting-edge practice that is changing our cities forever.

$60.00

Running Historic Streets

Sunday, April 27, 2014, 7:30amJoin an educational fun-filled run through the historic streets of downtown Atlanta following the alignment of the new Atlanta Streetcar. Leave from main entrance of the Georgia World Congress Center and run approximately three miles. Highlights include: Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coke Museum, and the new College Football Hall of Fame and National Civil Rights Museum. Next follow the streetcar route through the downtown Fairlie-Poplar neighborhood as well as Woodruff Park, Sweet Auburn Market and the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site. Run at your own pace using distributed map. Three stops to discuss several of key attractions. Transportation: Running.

$25.00

Orientation Tour Atlanta: From Terminus to the 21st Century

Saturday, April 26, 2014, 9:00amFounded as Terminus in 1837, Atlanta quickly became a major railroad hub. Today, Atlanta continues as a transportation hub, while abandoned rail lines from the past are being converted into the Atlanta Beltline, a 22-mile loop of trails, parks, and transit. The tour shows how Beltline implementation is connecting neighborhoods and spurring redevelopment, including Ponce City Market, the adaptive re-use of a 2 million SF historic building. You’ll also see the historic Sweet Auburn Corridor, home to the Martin Luther King Jr. Center and Ebenezer Baptist Church. At Perimeter Center you’ll visit a booming edge city where urban density and transportation challenges meet the suburbs. You’ll visit transformative intown developments including Atlantic Station, the Lindbergh TOD, and Tech Square, and conclude with a mix of the historic and modern in the heart of Atlanta on Peachtree Street.

$60.00

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Orientation Tour Atlanta: From Terminus to the 21st Century

Saturday, April 26, 2014, 1:30pmFounded as Terminus in 1837, Atlanta quickly became a major railroad hub. Today, Atlanta continues as a transportation hub, while abandoned rail lines from the past are being converted into the Atlanta Beltline, a 22-mile loop of trails, parks, and transit. The tour shows how Beltline implementation is connecting neighborhoods and spurring redevelopment, including Ponce City Market, the adaptive re-use of a 2 million SF historic building. You’ll also see the historic Sweet Auburn Corridor, home to the Martin Luther King Jr. Center and Ebenezer Baptist Church. At Perimeter Center you’ll visit a booming edge city where urban density and transportation challenges meet the suburbs. You’ll visit transformative intown developments including Atlantic Station, the Lindbergh TOD, and Tech Square, and conclude with a mix of the historic and modern in the heart of Atlanta on Peachtree Street.

$60.00

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Orientation Tour Atlanta: From Terminus to the 21st Century

Sunday, April 27, 2014, 9:00amFounded as Terminus in 1837, Atlanta quickly became a major railroad hub. Today, Atlanta continues as a transportation hub, while abandoned rail lines from the past are being converted into the Atlanta Beltline, a 22-mile loop of trails, parks, and transit. The tour shows how Beltline implementation is connecting neighborhoods and spurring redevelopment, including Ponce City Market, the adaptive re-use of a 2 million SF historic building. You’ll also see the historic Sweet Auburn Corridor, home to the Martin Luther King Jr. Center and Ebenezer Baptist Church. At Perimeter Center you’ll visit a booming edge city where urban density and transportation challenges meet the suburbs. You’ll visit transformative intown developments including Atlantic Station, the Lindbergh TOD, and Tech Square, and conclude with a mix of the historic and modern in the heart of Atlanta on Peachtree Street.

$60.00

CM | 2.0

Orientation Tour Atlanta: From Terminus to the 21st Century

Sunday, April 27, 2014, 1:30pmFounded as Terminus in 1837, Atlanta quickly became a major railroad hub. Today, Atlanta continues as a transportation hub, while abandoned rail lines from the past are being converted into the Atlanta Beltline, a 22-mile loop of trails, parks, and transit. The tour shows how Beltline implementation is connecting neighborhoods and spurring redevelopment, including Ponce City Market, the adaptive re-use of a 2 million SF historic building. You’ll also see the historic Sweet Auburn Corridor, home to the Martin Luther King Jr. Center and Ebenezer Baptist Church. At Perimeter Center you’ll visit a booming edge city where urban density and transportation challenges meet the suburbs. You’ll visit transformative intown developments including Atlantic Station, the Lindbergh TOD, and Tech Square, and conclude with a mix of the historic and modern in the heart of Atlanta on Peachtree Street.

$60.00

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Classic Readings in Urban Planning

2004 Paperback
The best anthology in planning just got better! This indispensable compilation is essential reading for planning students, practitioners, and educators.

$64.95

Planning Los Angeles

2012 Paperback
Los Angeles isn't planned; it just happens. Right? Not so fast ...

$34.95

Planning Atlanta

2014 Paperback
Two dozen planning practitioners and thought leaders bring the story of Atlanta to life. Explore the city that regularly reinvents itself, and where change is always in the wind.

$34.95

The High Cost of Free Parking

2005 Hardcover
Cities are getting parking wrong, and paying for their mistakes with sprawl, pollution, and higher prices for everything from hamburgers to housing. Donald Shoup shows how better parking policies could change the way our cities look and function.

$69.95

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