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Following on on our earlier coverage of the Nov. 4, 2014 election, here is a supplemental list of election reporting and analysis on land use, infrastructure, and transportation. Please add anything we missed in the comments.
Nov 6, 2014   Planetizen
By no means authoritative or comprehensive, here's a collection of noteworthy phrases, paragraphs, commentaries, observations, and more from the recent week in the planning and urbanism discussion.
Nov 2, 2014   Planetizen
By no means authoritative or comprehensive, here's a collection of noteworthy phrases, paragraphs, commentaries, observations, and more from the recent week in the planning and urbanism discussion.
Oct 26, 2014   Planetizen
By no means authoritative or comprehensive, here's a collection of noteworthy phrases, paragraphs, commentaries, observations, and more from the recent week in the planning and urbanism discussion.
Oct 18, 2014   Planetizen
By no means authoritative or comprehensive, here's a collection of noteworthy phrases, paragraphs, commentaries, observations, and more from the recent week in the planning and urbanism discussion.
Oct 10, 2014   Planetizen
<p>The editors of Planetizen have released their annual list of the best books in planning. Find out which titles made our must-read list for 2006.</p>
Nov 27, 2006   Planetizen
How do we retrofit America's sprawl to prepare for a post-oil world? In this week's Op-Ed Wally Siembab proposes a strategy of "smart sprawl."
Aug 31, 2005   Planetizen
It turns out that the sky is not falling on cities, writes Carol Coletta in this week's Planetizen Op-Ed.
Aug 25, 2005   Planetizen
Ric Stephens has compiled a list of some of the wackiest &#150;- yet at timesquite realistic &#150;- urban planning words, in a vocabulary he has dubbed'Plannerese.'
Jul 26, 2005   Planetizen
Can inspiration for a socially-equitable solution to congestion charging be found in an ancient law that dispenses justice in a simple traffic conflict, writes Oded Roth in this week's Op-Ed.
Jul 19, 2005   Planetizen
The recent ruling by the Supreme Court to uphold the use of eminent domain was seen as an endorsement of professional planning. Bit this is not true, writes Sam Staley in this week's Op-Ed.
Jul 5, 2005   Planetizen