An online calculator helps companies determine the broader impacts of their decisions to continue working remotely or return to the office.
As the pandemic continues to disrupt life in the United States, some Taiwanese Americans are rebuilding their lives abroad.
Los Angeles Times
Remote workers are flocking to small, amenity-rich towns in the West, changing their social and economic landscape.
High Country News
A study finds that a third of workers would prefer to work remotely every day of the workweek, potentially removing nearly 50 million cars from U.S. roadways.
Did coronavirus bring certain death to the traditional concept of the office, or is it only a matter of time until we return to business as usual?
Los Angeles Department of City Planning Director Vince Bertoni shares the status of the planning department and the daily challenges of providing public-facing service and community meetings under social distancing orders.
The Planning Report
Emergency legislation has cleared the way for a virtual design review process to keep the wheels of the development industry moving in one of the nation's fastest growing cities.
While cities may be shut down, city planners have not turned off the lights. Planning departments around California, which is mostly on lockdown, have resorted to working from home. Long-range planning could even benefit.
California Planning & Development Report