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White Voters and Polarization: Can We Span the Racial Divide by Emphasizing Shared Interests?

Dowell Myers reflects on an article from the Journal of Planning Education and Research in light of the recent presidential election.
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What Old Zoning Maps Tell Us About Planning

Steven T. Moga guest blogs about a new article in the Journal of Planning Education and Research.
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Playing Chicken with Autonomous Vehicles

Adam Millard-Ball guest blogs about a new article in the Journal of Planning Education and Research.
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Multimodal Millennials? A Closer Look Using Multifaceted Traveler Types

Kelcie Ralph guest blogs about a new article in the Journal of Planning Education and Research.
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Problems With Economic Impact Analysis: Examples From Base Communities

Guest blogger Joshua Drucker discusses his new research critiquing current practices in economic impact analysis.
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New Research: Planning for Cars That Drive Themselves

Erick Guerra of U Penn guest blogs about his new article in Journal of Planning Education and Research, which explores why regional plans have overlooked the future of autonomous vehicles.
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When Can Economic Advocacy Succeed in City Hall?

Marc Doussard of University of Illinois guest blogs on his new work in the Journal of Planning Education and Research, available with open access through Dec. 15, 2015.
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Economic Benefit of Increasing Neighborhood Walkability: Is it a Myth?

Researchers from Texas A&M blog about their study of the economic benefits of walkability in neighborhoods in Austin, Texas.
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Oregon Is Not Just Portland: Planning a Sustainable Economy in Peripheral Areas of the American West

Dr. Robert Young of UT-Austin guest blogs about his work on the challenges of promoting sustainable development in peripheral areas of Oregon.

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