U.S. and Britain focus on "neighborhoods of choice and connection".
Jul 14, 2004 The Brookings Institution
A research on new tools, from national programmes to local plans.
May 24, 2004 Planum: European Journal Of Planning
Edinburgh may be the first Scottish city to try congestion pricing, but others will surely follow.
May 4, 2004 The Herald (UK)
A panel setup by Prime Minister Tony Blair concludes that Britain is "far adrift" from meeting its environmental responsibilities.
Apr 15, 2004 The Daily Telegraph
British study assesses the extent to which multiple tiers of government and diverse regional policy goals can be harmonized.
Mar 24, 2004 U.K. Department for Transport
Central London's four most popular tube lines are severely overcrowded. Yet government refuses to invest in a new rail line that would ease congestion and revitalize local communities.
Sep 10, 2003 This Is London
A major power outage hit London during the evening rush hour disrupting the city's transit services and affecting half a million people.
Aug 28, 2003 BBC News
An unpopular UK plan to monitor every car raises questions about the boundary between security and privacy.
Aug 28, 2003 The Sun Newspaper, UK
A study finds that increasingly powerful NGO's are 'moving beyond a culture of criticism to one of engagement with business and other partners in a search for solutions.'
Jul 21, 2003 The Christian Science Monitor
An ambitious offshore wind farms project is expected to help Britain reach its goal of 10 percent energy from renewable sources by 2010.
Jul 17, 2003 Wired