Albuquerque Journal

Albuquerque is working on a multi-modal reconfiguration of the old Route 66.
Jun 16, 2015   Albuquerque Journal
The city of Albuquerque joins the ranks of the cities around the country overhauling their zoning and planning mechanisms.
Feb 9, 2015   Albuquerque Journal
The Albuquerque City Council and staff are drafting plans for Volcano Heights, Volcano Cliffs and Volcano Trails, three sites bordering Petroglyph National Monument. A simmering debate over open space conservation seems cooled by public process.
Aug 4, 2010   Albuquerque Journal
Seven very low-income housing complexes in New Mexico have been renovated to be more energy efficient. The work was made possible by a nonprofit partnership that works in part to put money back in low-income residents' pockets.
Sep 24, 2008   Albuquerque Journal
The Albuquerque Alliance for Active Living encourages proper pedestrian planning for creating more livable communities.
Oct 14, 2005   Albuquerque Journal
Plans include a new commuter rail and office building for the Department of Transportation.
Aug 26, 2005   Albuquerque Journal
New Mexico's Dept. of Transportation (DOT) seeks to complement pending rail service with a transit oriented development (TOD).
Feb 25, 2005   Albuquerque Journal
Impact fees add $10,000 to the cost of a new home in the North Albuquerque area, and are being used as a tool for social engineering, writes Jeff Stuve, president of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties.
Feb 21, 2005   Albuquerque Journal
The City of Albuquerque has concluded a years-long process to defineand implement impact fees on new construction in the city based on service districts.
Nov 28, 2004   Albuquerque Journal
Five years of debate and discussion over how to manage Albuquerque's growth comes down to a vote next week before a divided City Council on the Planned Growth Strategy.
Aug 10, 2002   Albuquerque Journal
New Mexico's Las Maravillas is an example of everything that is wrong with the way Americans plan communities.
Mar 18, 2002   Albuquerque Journal