Planning Trends to Watch in 2021
The nation is now tasked with the challenge of changing course in the middle of multiple, global crises. The necessity of finding a way to overcome the failures of the past and lay the groundwork for a new kind of future has never been more clear.
Video: Urban Planning Trends to Watch in 2020
Here's your "tl;dr" treatment of the "Urban Planning Trends to Watch in 2020" article published by Planetizen earlier this year.
Transportation Trends for 2020 (And What Cities Can Do About Them)
William Riggs, assistant professor at the University of San Francisco School of Management, predicts the trends that will continue an ongoing revolution in transportation.
The Decade in Urban Planning
A look back at the biggest stories and themes from the world of urban planning in the decade that was the 2010s.
France's Transit Ridership Booms as the USA's Busts
Large American cities are losing bus and train riders, but in France, most cities have seen the opposite trend.
Transportation 2019—Looking Back, Looking Ahead
Some thoughts on what we might have learned in 2018 and what it might mean going forward.
Why Scooters Succeed Where Segways Failed
Segways were invented 17 years ago, but the technology feels as if it's been dead for a while. So why are scooters continuing to attract cities and investors?
Roanoke, Virginia's Evolving Economy Moves Beer-ward
Once, trains dominated the city’s economy, now it's "brains, bikes and beer," according to city officials.
'Splash Pad Urbanism,' Threats to Open Space, and More Landscape Architecture Trends
There was plenty of good to go with the bad from a year of professional and academic practice in the field of landscape architecture.
Seattle's Bus Ridership Growing While Rest of the Country Goes the Other Direction
Transit malls and voter support have buoyed a system that continues to attract commuters and other riders.
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Rowan University's Department of Geography, Planning, & Sustainability
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.