American Planning Association

During the American Planning Association's (APA) 2014 National Planning Conference in Atlanta, the APA announced findings from a national opinion survey that shows a clear interest in place-making among the concerns of Americans of all ages.
May 1, 2014   American Planning Association
Commuters complain about Washington DC's Metro system but use it all the same. For Planning Practice, Alex Marshall rides the rails to find out why.
Feb 16, 2004   American Planning Association
Web-based tools to facilitate communication, data sharing, analysis, and public input in the planning process will be pervasive in planning within the next several years.
Feb 11, 2004   American Planning Association
Planners must address the challenges of a multicultural society but also recognize multiculturalism is a revitalization tool.
Jan 3, 2004   American Planning Association
Overplanning leads to sterile developments and subdivisions that lack creativity.
Jun 27, 2003   American Planning Association
The University of Cambridge, England, uses technology to explain the university's development plans to staff, students, alumni, and the community.
Jun 16, 2003   American Planning Association
What planners can do to ensure that transit-oriented development works as advertized.
May 28, 2003   American Planning Association
The Southern California Association of Governments growth visioning website is profiled as an example of making technology accessible.
Apr 27, 2003   American Planning Association
The American Planning Association has adopted a policy guide on how planners can play a significant role in reducing homelessness.
Apr 18, 2003   American Planning Association
Urge Council Members to "Fix What's Broken" Before Addressing Complex Issues
Apr 16, 2003   American Planning Association
The APA honors the most outstanding efforts in the art, science, and profession of community planning.
Apr 6, 2003   American Planning Association