American Planning Association

Recent work by the American Planning Association’s professional institute’s Community Planning Assistance Teams program examined the case study provided by growth management challenges in and around the city of Helena, Montana.
Jun 21, 2015   American Planning Association
Technology and telecommuting are fueling the new migration from urban areas to rural areas.
Jul 4, 2004   American Planning Association
The typical planner is 43 years old, has been in the planning field for 13 years, and makes $60,000.
Jun 30, 2004   American Planning Association
The permitting process is one that lends itself to automation, and moving to an e-permitting system has the potential to reap huge rewards.
Jun 1, 2004   American Planning Association
The American Planning Association is providing daily coverage of it's national conference being held this week in Washington, D.C.
Apr 26, 2004   American Planning Association
The opening session at the 2004 APA Conference features U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) who emphasizes the role of planners as political advocates.
Apr 25, 2004   American Planning Association
The APA's chooses 25 issues and events that have had the greatest impact on U.S. and global planning since 1978.
Mar 26, 2004   American Planning Association
Eliminating bias against urban schools may be the key to accomplishing Smart Growth.
Feb 19, 2004   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