January 9, 2012, 2pm PST
A group of high technology firms, led by IBM and Cisco, are plunging into the city management business to offer super-efficient new-generation computerized information and control systems.
September 21, 2004, 5am PDT
Alex Marshall on Seattle's advancing monorail project.
April 1, 2004, 8am PST
Discussing important transportation issues should be part of the presidential campaigns.
February 4, 2004, 11am PST
Curtis Johnson explains the challenges in applying planning principles in Baghdad.
June 26, 2003, 6am PDT
The I-91/Connecticut River corridor, stretching from the Connecticut coast to Northampton, Mass. is calling itself the "Knowledge Corridor."
May 29, 2003, 9am PDT
Why hasn't Personal Rapid Transit technology not yet found it's natural market?
May 7, 2003, 7am PDT
Neal Peirce comments on an alarming report from the National Housing Conference and worries about the impact of the housing crisis on the economy.
April 8, 2003, 6am PDT
Neal Peirce says that youth can help in the search for regional solutions.
March 20, 2003, 7am PST
Neal Peirce reviews Boston's Indicators Project which provides high quality data and information about Boston.
February 13, 2003, 8am PST
The Citistates Group predicts the dominating regional issues for 2003.
January 31, 2003, 6am PST
The barons of Brentwood, Tennessee find the prospect of people walking to work in nearby offices about as attractive as second-hand smoke in a doctor’s office.
January 12, 2003, 9am PST
How often do the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times push a story the same day with the same point of view? It's rare.
January 8, 2003, 12pm PST
Neal Peirce responds to tough questions about smart growth and regionalism posed by prominent California economist Steven Levy.
December 17, 2002, 12pm PST
The worriers over growth propose to fund 25 regions for demonstration projects.
December 9, 2002, 8am PST
Neal Peirce writes about 'Absentocracy' -- a revolving door of in-and-out leadership that's left many communities adrift.
November 27, 2002, 8am PST
Regionalists have a lot of mountains to climb -- starting with daily newspaper, the very voice they'd expect to champion their cause, writes Neal Peirce in his weblog.