The Hartford Courant

When zoning codes separate uses, they require definitions about what constitutes each of those uses. The question in Hartford, Connecticut: Does a group of cohabiting adults fit the definition necessary to reside in a "single-family house"?
Nov 18, 2015   The Hartford Courant
<p>With observations from six world cities on four continents, the new book "Endless City" calls for development that supports people and the environment, rather than automobiles.</p>
Apr 7, 2008   The Hartford Courant
<p>Reining sprawl may require "redirecting" it.</p>
Mar 1, 2008   The Hartford Courant
<p>Census 2010 is on the way, and a new report is warning that the high concentration of illegal immigrants in the South and West will skew counts and unfairly reapportion more congressional seats to states with more undocumented people.</p>
Oct 3, 2007   The Hartford Courant
<p>Connecticut could learn a lesson from neighboring New Jersey about how to improve its transit infrastructure.</p>
Sep 18, 2007   The Hartford Courant
<p>Though former Governor Perris Glendening lead the charge for smart growth in Maryland, its hard to tell if the state's policies have curbed sprawl significantly.</p>
Sep 4, 2007   The Hartford Courant
<p>Transit officials in Texas are looking to convince Congress to let the state buy back sections of interstate highway for conversion into revenue-generating toll roads.</p>
Sep 4, 2007   The Hartford Courant
<p>Developers in Connecticut look to Las Vegas as an example of how to most successfully develop land around nearby casinos.</p>
Jul 26, 2007   The Hartford Courant
<p>Recounting a recent trip to Great Barrington, Massachusetts, writer Philip Langdon shares the pleasure of the small town's main street.</p>
Jun 27, 2007   The Hartford Courant
<p>With many developers touting their various projects as "smart growth", the term is losing much of it meaning.</p>
Jun 20, 2007   The Hartford Courant
<p>While leasing public roads to private companies for large cash payments might be attractive for some public officials, it doesn't help solve the larger issues facing the country's transportation system.</p>
Mar 2, 2007   The Hartford Courant