The Congress for the New Urbanism

<p>Following up on a Cato report blasting planning in Portland, the Congress for the New Urbanism offers a fact-check in which Michael Lewyn contends Randal O'Toole's findings are inaccurate and flawed.</p>
Sep 25, 2007   The Congress for the New Urbanism
<p>The first-ever rating system for sustainable urban neighborhood development is seeking pilot projects.</p>
Feb 7, 2007   The Congress for the New Urbanism
A new report looks at the relationship between the built environment and public health. This report identifies how development can affect public health, while providing advice for improving public health through changes in development patterns.
Aug 17, 2006   The Congress for the New Urbanism
The Congress for the New Urbanism responds to a recent article in Reason Magazine claiming that New Urbanist developments encourage crime.
Feb 16, 2005   The Congress for the New Urbanism
The Congress for New Urbanism shows how mixed-use redevelopment of dead and dying shopping malls can create valuable urban assets.
Nov 29, 2004   The Congress for the New Urbanism
Context-sensitive design of urban thoroughfares is gaining support among mainstream transportation specialists.
Nov 26, 2004   The Congress for the New Urbanism
D-Lib Magazine documents attempts to digitize Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps&#153; for research by planner, demographers and others.
Aug 15, 2002   The Congress for the New Urbanism
Anti-New Urbanism has become a cottage industry, but this report stuffs its proponents back in their box.
Jan 10, 2002   The Congress for the New Urbanism
A new report issued by the Congress For The New Urbanism argues that an earlier pro-sprawl report authored by Wendell Cox is based on misinformation.
Dec 11, 2001   The Congress for the New Urbanism
The Congress for the New Urbanism has announced 15 winners of it's first annual Charter Awards.
May 31, 2001   The Congress for the New Urbanism
A study finds that over 100 enclosed regional malls are already in steep decline in the United States, and many more are at imminent risk.
Mar 5, 2001   The Congress for the New Urbanism