August 19, 2003, 12am PDT
The recent blackout highlights the vulnerability of dense cities, as unplugged urban rail systems and elevators left thousands of urbanites stranded.
February 3, 2003, 12am PST
Is it rational to try to improve the jobs-housing balance in urban areas or should people, not plans, decide where people live and work?
July 1, 2002, 12am PDT
Recent developments in Portland and Oregon suggest that smart growth is having only a modest effect, while driving down housing affordability, increasing traffic congestion and losing popularity in neighborhoods.
July 22, 2001, 12am PDT
Housing affordably drops in Portland, but increases in Atlanta. Are urban growth boundries are causing minorites to be locked out of the American dream?
January 22, 2001, 12am PST
Will smart growth result in more traffic congestion and air pollution? Wendell Cox presents the argument for sprawl and against urban 'smart growth' development.