<p>This editorial argues that one-way streets kill downtowns, and they need to be converted to two-ways to help save downtown areas across the country.</p>
Feb 5, 2008 The Courier-Journal
<p>The city of Jeffersonville, Indiana, has approved the annexation of more than 7,800 acres of nearby land -- a move that will increase the population by more than a third. Many of the people to be annexed are calling the move a land and money grab.</p>
Aug 8, 2007 The Courier-Journal
<p>Once-blighted areas of downtown Louisville, Kentucky, have seen huge increases in development and property values recently -- a trend many attribute to public initiatives that encourage private investors. But other factors are also causing the boom.</p>
Jun 22, 2007 The Courier-Journal
Kentucky, a state slow to adapt the concepts of New Urbanism, eyes several developments that are walkable and pedestrian friendly.
Jun 26, 2006 The Courier-Journal
Former EPA chief Christine Todd Whitman touts smart growth in Indiana.
Mar 15, 2006 The Courier-Journal
Few institutions of higher learning apply their knowledge and resources directly to the problems of poverty and housing.
Aug 24, 2005 The Courier-Journal
The Louisville Botanica gardening group is betting that if they build a botanical garden, tourists will come.
Jun 15, 2005 The Courier-Journal
Planning has come a long way -- just look at Nashville.
Jun 3, 2005 The Courier-Journal
Christo’s 'Gates' not possible in sprawl America.
Mar 10, 2005 The Courier-Journal
Yahoo Maps feature real-time traffic information for 70 major U.S. cities.
Jan 6, 2005 The Courier-Journal