FYI about GSI: The Recipe for Green Stormwater Infrastructure Success
New research highlights some of the ways planners can increase the social benefits and public acceptance of green stormwater infrastructure.
New Database Quantifies the Costs of Transit Construction in the United States
The Eno Center for Transportation launched the first institutional investigation of the cost of transit projects earlier this year and recently released its initial findings, with promises for more in-depth case studies to come.
Studying AI's Potential to Optimize Public Transit Systems
Three projects are underway to optimize the efficiency and cost of public transit systems, thanks to government funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
Report Assesses Equity Outcomes for the Opportunity Zone Program
Critics have raised doubts and concerns about the potential misuse of the federal Opportunity Zone program since it was approved in 2017, but a new report finds some evidence that the program is working toward its promoted intention.
Research on the Benefits and Limitations of Telecommuting to Inform a New Transportation Normal
If public transit suffers long-term consequences from the coronavirus, as many experts predict, telecommuting could be a key tool in reducing pollution and congestion, but it creates problems of its own and its effects aren't entirely clear.
Report Details the Impact of Emerging Transportation Technologies
The National Cooperative Highway Research Program has released a report that looks at the effects of new transportation-related technologies on public agencies .
Home Improvements Expected to Slow Substantially in the Upcoming Year
It will be a quick transition from record spending on home renovations to a steep decline in spending, according to a new report.
Study: Not All Gentrification Effects Are Equal
A comprehensive national study finds that for many original residents of gentrifying neighborhoods, the effects of gentrification can have positive effects.
The Surprising Benefit of Pop-Up Parks to Bio-Diversity
A new study finds that interim recreational use of underutilized sections of crowded cities can benefit more than just humans.
New Research Measures Airbnb's Massive Industry Footprint
The world hasn't been the same since Airbnb launched in 2008 and quickly grew in popularity.
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This six-course series explores essential urban design concepts using open source software and equips planners with the tools they need to participate fully in the urban design process.