New Mexico

April 17, 2007, 11am PDT
<p>The Sante Fe River in New Mexico has been rated the most endangered river in the nation by the environmental group American Rivers.</p>
April 13, 2007, 1pm PDT
<p>After a lull in ridership, more people are now riding metropolitan Albuquerque's commuter rail line, thanks to the opening of new stations. The rail line is less than one year old and now counts more than 2,000 riders per day.</p>
The Albuquerque Tribune
March 22, 2007, 6am PDT
<p>A recent article urges New Mexicans to support the idea of permanent housing linked to services as a solution to homelessness -- citing the cost savings and demonstrated success of such facilities.</p>
The Albuquerque Tribune
January 12, 2007, 2pm PST
<p>A local businesswoman is building her 8,000 square foot dream home, modeled after a European castle, in the midsts of the city's downtown.</p>
The Albuquerque Tribune
December 18, 2006, 1pm PST
<p>Plans for modern streetcars are becoming more popular across the U.S. as one component of a revitalization plan. Randal O'Toole argues that the connection between streetcars and economic development is a hoax.</p>
The Thoreau Institute
September 22, 2006, 8am PDT
During its short history, the University of New Mexico at Taos has developed a campus spirit that reflects and complements its surrounding community and environment. A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments
July 18, 2006, 1pm PDT
The city will gain new revenue from its attempt to stop employees from parking in front of downtown storefronts.
New Mexico Business Weekly
June 27, 2006, 5am PDT
The $1.5 billion National Enrichment Facility in New Mexico just received its license from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The facility will produce the enriched uranium that powers nuclear energy plants. Construction may begin in August.
Associated Press via San Francisco Chronicle
March 19, 2006, 9am PST
In the Rockies, developers and oil and natural gas companies are vying for access to the same land -- but what could be the consequences for local communities?
The Chicago Tribune
December 13, 2005, 5am PST
Rio Rancho, a suburb of Albuquerque, is changing sleepy suburb into an urban center that could one day rival Albuquerque in size. This in-depth, multi-part series focuses on the town's potential and growing pains.
The Albuquerque Tribune
December 8, 2005, 12pm PST
In an age when malls are going the way of 8-track players, several Albuquerque area malls are planning to keep competitive in the 21st century with bold new developments.
The Albuquerque Tribune
October 15, 2005, 9am PDT
One of the most livable places in the U.S. tries to revitalize its downtown.
The New York Times
October 14, 2005, 12pm PDT
The Albuquerque Alliance for Active Living encourages proper pedestrian planning for creating more livable communities.
Albuquerque Journal
August 26, 2005, 5am PDT
Plans include a new commuter rail and office building for the Department of Transportation.
Albuquerque Journal
June 1, 2005, 11am PDT
Long-time New Mexico developer Sean Gilligan works with several neighborhood association to revitalize Albuquerque's downtown.
The Albuquerque Tribune
May 31, 2005, 5am PDT
Santa Fe's plaza has gentrified the surrounding neighborhood within a 15-minute walk, including, finally, even the 'Barrio de Torre&#243;n.'
The New Mexican
April 27, 2005, 12pm PDT
An advisory panel narrowly approved a measure that would increase downtown parking to pay for a new parking structure.
Free New Mexican
March 10, 2005, 2pm PST
Albuquerque's EDO, or East Downtown, a New Urbanist redevelopment, could be one the nation's upcoming hot areas.
The Albuquerque Tribune
February 25, 2005, 6am PST
New Mexico's Dept. of Transportation (DOT) seeks to complement pending rail service with a transit oriented development (TOD).
Albuquerque Journal
February 21, 2005, 5am PST
Impact fees add $10,000 to the cost of a new home in the North Albuquerque area, and are being used as a tool for social engineering, writes Jeff Stuve, president of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties.
Albuquerque Journal