U.S. News & World Report

As bike share systems spread across the country, Danielle Kurtzleben looks at their profitability, or lack thereof, and asks whether cash-strapped cities or the federal government will want to sink money into systems that struggle to break even.
Apr 21, 2012   U.S. News & World Report
<p>Andres Duany and other experts discuss how the convergence of high gas prices and the foreclosure crisis may reverse years of cheap gas and cheap exurban land. He's pushing mixed uses and reformed zoning in suburbia, and he's betting on Texas.</p>
Aug 4, 2008   U.S. News & World Report
<p>More and more people are riding public transit systems, which many officials see as a good sign. But the added strains to the systems are placing many in tight financial situations.</p>
Apr 9, 2008   U.S. News & World Report
<p>This follow-up article from <em>U.S. News and World Report</em> gives a basic rundown of what an urban planner does on a typical day at work.</p>
Dec 20, 2007   U.S. News & World Report
<p>This "executive summary" from <em>U.S. News and World Report</em> describes what it means to be an urban planner -- named one of the 31 best careers.</p>
Dec 20, 2007   U.S. News & World Report
<p>Southern California's wildfires have emphasized the fact that many people choose to live in disaster-prone areas all across the country. Many of them say the benefits outweigh the inherent risk.</p>
Oct 30, 2007   U.S. News & World Report
<p>In this interview, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa talks about how to tackle the city's congestion and housing issues.</p>
May 3, 2007   U.S. News & World Report
Will the frenzy of New Orleans' 'defiantly idiosyncratic character' be replaced by a few tame, touristy neighborhoods like the 'Disneyfied Vieux Carre'?
Feb 22, 2006   U.S. News & World Report
Urban design efforts in New Orleans run 'headlong into the politics of race, class, and power'. Will the new New Orleans be a smaller, wealthier, and less diverse place?
Feb 21, 2006   U.S. News & World Report