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The American Planning Association's 2015 National Conference has launched in Seattle, with more attendees than any event since before the recession. Blog Post
26 min ago   By James Brasuell
Los Angeles is known for a few magnificent parks—but they are hard to reach and concentrated in affluent areas. The 50 Parks program, however, is delivering on its titular promise.
2 hours ago   Next City
A recently published book describes the outcomes of the EcoMobility festival held in Suwon South Korea during September of 2013.
4 hours ago   Pop-Up City
Lakeview, on the North Side of Chicago lost one percent of its total households between 2000 and 2011, while its population grew 11 percent. That means more families, but according to a new report, the neighborhood might need new zoning to keep up.
6 hours ago   Chi.Streetsblog
A recently released report makes the case for removing, in part or in full, an elevated span of roadway along the Toronto Waterfront.
8 hours ago   The Toronto Star
American cities are often described as 'segregated,' but segregation is not always well defined. A new study reveals a distinctive pattern: American cities tend to have many small areas of affluence amid fewer, but often larger, areas of poverty.
Yesterday   The Atlantic
Buses in the Milwaukee County Transit System now reach 1,300 fewer employers than it did in 2001 thanks to state budget cuts.
Yesterday   Urban Milwaukee
The Seattle Department of Transportation is pitching new bike routes as safe infrastructure for all ages.
Yesterday   The Urbanist
In this radio report on the use of the expensive, controversial strategy of desalination to meet California's water needs in an epic drought, KQED's science reporter speaks with the mayor of Carmel, a V.P. of Poseidon Water, and an environmentalist.
Yesterday   NPR-Morning Edition
It seems like the political winds are moving against the Dallas Trinity Toll Road proposal—but the debate isn't over yet.
Yesterday   The Dallas Morning News
The liberal, affluent enclave of Santa Monica is infamous for its controversies over growth policy. A proposed Zoning Ordinance Update (ZOU), currently under consideration by the City Council, has struck a nerve.
Yesterday   KPCC