Planning

An experiment involving colorful Legos, big pictures, and "Where Things Are From Near to Far." Exclusive
3 days ago  By Pete Sullivan
The soul of planning in Los Angeles will be up for vote in the citywide election that will occur on the same day as the U.S. presidential election.
Feb 3, 2016   California Planning & Development Report
All eyes are on Iowa's caucuses today, but presidential campaigns will be touring communities all over the country for months. The APA wants planners to be ready to explain the importance of planning when such rare opportunities arise.
Feb 1, 2016   APA Policy News
The critically lauded Plan El Paso hasn’t yet spurred the kind of urban revitalization it was designed to achieve. Some say its evidence that people still want sprawl, other say changes are still coming.
Jan 30, 2016   The Atlantic
The creators of A Marvelous Order—an opera based on the lives of Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs—have released a video providing a first peek at the songs and ideas behind the opera.
Jan 27, 2016   A Marvelous Order
Revisiting a collected effort to reshape one of the world's most famous cities after a catastrophic disaster.
Jan 26, 2016   The Guardian Cities
A raft of recent research finds that small, local businesses are critical to overcoming many of our biggest challenges. This article rounds up the new studies and what they say about why local business should be a focus of planning in 2016.
Jan 22, 2016   Institute for Local Self-Reliance
A Dallas area writer finds parallels between the city’s planning processes and the New Years’ resolution practices of most human beings.
Jan 18, 2016   D Magazine
The anti-planning debate may have quieted down, but it hasn't disappeared. Anti-Agenda 21 activists have merely spread out, into the politics of cities and counties planning for the future.
Jan 5, 2016   Governing
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Pulling a few threads to unravel some of the biggest planning stories of the year. Exclusive
Dec 31, 2015  By James Brasuell
Some people like to leave their work at the office. But maybe you're the kind of planner who likes to turn the largest challenges of the profession into a game to be enjoyed in your free time.
Dec 9, 2015   Curbed SF