Architects Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown bring a new model for ecologically responsible urban planning to China.
Aaron Renn asserts that Chicago mayor Rahm Emmanuel's misuse of tax-increment financing dollars is hurting the city's poor.
The city continues to grapple with the practical implications of local planning legend Edmund Bacon's prescriptions for carless streets.
Nathan Heller illuminates how the tech industry has rendered San Francisco the new "power city" for U.S. economic growth and culture.
Michael Cooper examines the factors leading to the death of a once-promising plan to connect Tampa and Orlando by bullet train.
Governor Chris Christie announced the state would not repay the $271 million the Federal Transit Administration claims it is owed for the canceled trans-Hudson rail tunnel, reports Jim O'Grady.
Eric Jaffe pushes back on the Republican Study Committee's proposal to cut over $6 billion in rail funding over the next ten years.
James Griffioen debunks the myth that his hometown is in want of grocery stores.
Joel Kotkin argues that planners too often ignore "the most critical issue" in housing.
The Regional Plan Association has released a $15 billion proposal to expand capacity at congested Kennedy and Newark Liberty International Airports by 50 million passengers per year.
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