U.S. News And World Report

Salt Lake City, Utah has rapidly expanded its public transit system. In this Q&A, Mayor Ralph Becker talks about making those investments and how well they have worked.
Feb 17, 2011   U.S. News And World Report
<em>U.S. News and World Report</em> has named urban planning one of its 50 top careers for 2010.
Dec 31, 2009   U.S. News And World Report
U.S. News and World Report selects "15 Cities for People Who Hate Driving and Long Commutes," choosing the cities with shorter than average commuting times and high percentages of non-auto commuters.
Nov 16, 2009   U.S. News And World Report
U.S. News and World Report looks at crime rates, schools, number of children and green spaces to compile this list of the 10 Best Places to Grow Up.
Aug 23, 2009   U.S. News And World Report
U.S. News and World Report picks Urban Regional Planner as one of thirty careers 'that offer strong outlooks and high job satisfaction.' Architects, on the other hand, are 'overrated'.
Dec 16, 2008   U.S. News And World Report
A bill originally introduced in 1987 that would create a trust fund to support the creation of affordable housing may be on its way to congressional approval this fall.
Sep 24, 2007   U.S. News And World Report
Automakers are betting that hybrid cars will grow from a niche market to the next line of "must-have" vehicles.
May 4, 2005   U.S. News And World Report
The EPA's tougher ozone rules mean that hundreds of 'traffic-challenged' and 'incompliant' regions are now, more than ever, at risk of losing federal transportation funding.
Apr 13, 2004   U.S. News And World Report
U.S. News & World Report publishes 2005 rankings for 'City Management & Urban Policy' programs. [Updated 4/15/04]
Apr 12, 2004   U.S. News And World Report
New studies explore, as well as challenge, the notion of displacement in gentrifying neighborhoods.
Jan 20, 2004   U.S. News And World Report
U.S. News World and Report features architect Allison Williams as one of the 10 people to watch in 2004.
Dec 26, 2003   U.S. News And World Report