Planetizen Interchange

  • Added Sep 9, 2008
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  • 1 posts in 24 hours : 8 posts in 4 weeks
Oct 21
How Often Do Cities Mandate Smart Growth? : A recent Mercatus Institute paper addresses the frequency of minimum density regulations, maximum parking requirements, and similar regulations....
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Oct 20
Remembering the 'White City' : Does a 100-year-old tent colony located on a 40-acre piece of remote, sunbaked and windswept prairie have anything to teach us about intercultural urban planning and design?...
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Oct 14
How Not To Measure Traffic Congestion—Hold the Hyperbole, Please! : The new INRIX congestion costing report is another good example of bad analysis. We just want accurate information; hold the hyperbole, please....
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Sep 29
Learning From Kansas City : Kansas City is losing families to suburbia because of its allegedly subpar schools. How can families be lured back to city schools?....
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Sep 29
Reform Transportation Engineering: Expand Level of Service Ratings : Transportation engineers currently evaluate urban transport system performance using roadway level of service (LOS) ratings. Here are six good reasons to change....
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Sep 27
Where Critics Fear to Tread : Design criticism bridges the gap between the process and product of design, and the public’s understanding and appreciation of it. But does it have to be all about architecture?...
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Sep 25
CicLAvia: Reclaiming Streets in the Car Capital of America : The second in a series profiling grassroots activism to increase biking among the diverse populations of Los Angeles County....
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Sep 24
New York City BIDs Have Indifferent Impacts on Economic Growth : "Rather than serving as a buffer against economic decline for independent retailers, it seems that Community BIDs are a hindrance to sales and employment growth..." writes Dr....
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