The following report surveys the current state of Internet technology as employed by the planning department of over 500 cities in the United States. Exclusive
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Last fall's Republican victories might mean that state legislatures will turn back the clock on laws requiring renewable energy.
16 hours ago Governing
Looking for a way to connect the separate pieces of the bike path along the Los Angeles River, a local developer took planning and designing a new path into his own hands.
17 hours ago The Architect's Newspaper
Gov. Jerry Brown has an environmental goal that conflicts with an infrastructure goal: reducing oil consumption and raising funds to pay for deferred road needs. The solution may be the Road User Charge, which lies in the hands of a new committee.
18 hours ago Inside Bay Area.com
New apps have the potential to influence a fundamental shift in the political and physical realities of parking according to a recent Next City article.
19 hours ago Next City
Vancouver created its MX zone as a solution to a persistent challenge for planners—how to retain industrial jobs and affordable housing in downtowns.
20 hours ago The Globe and Mail
Tampa's TECO line streetcar system does not lack charm. What the historic streetcar does lack, however, is riders. Can HART transform the trolley into an integral part of a revitalized downtown?
21 hours ago Tampa Bay Times
The mayor and City Council of Seattle will consider a controversial measure to combat its surging homeless population.
22 hours ago ThinkProgress
Following the recent news that Architecture for Humanity shut its doors after operating since 1999, FastCo.Design provides more details about what went wrong.
23 hours ago Fast Co. Design
Notwithstanding plummeting gas prices, Keith Laing of The Hill reports on poll results that reveal an uphill battle for political leaders in Utah, Georgia, and New Jersey, who are advocating gas tax increases to fund roads, bridges, and transit.
Yesterday The Hill