Fans of Houston probably won't want to watch this video that calls the Space City a "jumbled up garbage town."
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Despite its long history of ranking the best cities to live in the United States, Money Magazine should not be cited as an authority on the matter, according to this video.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has selected a developer for the Broadway Curve Improvement Project, which would widen Interstate 10, spanning multiple jurisdictions adjacent to Phoenix.
Vox's popular video explainer production team explains the consequences of U.S. auto dependency, and how to make transit work in the world we live in.
The latest video from City Beautiful looks at the legacy of planning from the Soviet Union.
An expert panel convened to discuss the effect of the coronavirus on the foundations of society and contemporary life. The future, both the remaining time dealing with the pandemic and after, is becoming more clear with every passing day and week.
A video explains the origin of the right of way concept that controls the flow of traffic through the public realm.
Here's your "tl;dr" treatment of the "Urban Planning Trends to Watch in 2020" article published by Planetizen earlier this year.
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A first draft of the urban planning history of the 2010s.
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Planetizen and Planetizen Courses teamed up to film this short video that aims to clarify the field of urban planning in a world full of plans and planning.
Planetizen Courses via YouTube
Eve Kessler shares news of a new film from Streetfilms that documents the efforts of a neighborhood in Amsterdam to activate a street liberated from parking.
A new short documentary by Streetfilms shows how Jersey City built the coalition to achieve major bike infrastructure investments.
Along with new, improved bus service, Vancouver's TransLink launched some snazzy promotional materials.
Chuck Marohn of Strong Towns sits down for an interview with Derek Avery, "a community-conscious real-estate developer based in Dallas, TX."
Visit the notoriously dense suburb of Friendship Village, Maryland.
Conventional planning evaluates transport system performance car-centric indicators such as roadway Level-of-Service (LOS). Many jurisdictions are shifting to Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT), which supports multimodal planning and Smart Growth policies.
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Streetfilms explores the efforts of cities in the Boston region tp redesign bus operations.
A collection of drone footage of the world's most beautiful cities, for those of us ready for a deskcation.
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City Beautiful Dave Amos makes the case that everyone—even people who never use transit—would be better off if no one had to pay for public transit.
Wondering what a Community Land Trust is? Look no further.