United States

2 days ago
Housing advocates blame the neglect of the federal government on the state of public housing in the United States. The Trump administration says government can't keep throwing money at the problems of public housing.
NPR
2 days ago
It's not all gloom and doom for the environment.
Outside
2 days ago
We really didn't see this one coming.
The Onion
2 days ago
A new book looks at the evolution of American ballparks and the changes that have mirrored urbanism.
Curbed
3 days ago
The 2019 American Community Survey includes a notable changes, including a few relevant to planners.
PRB
3 days ago
The so-called car capital of the world is now a "hotbed for mobility disruption," a Harvard studio suggests.
The Planning Report
3 days ago
Five cities will help the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) prove that urban streets can provide the location for a drastic shift in the carbon emissions status quo.
National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO)
3 days ago
According to the Sightline Institute, exclusionary zoning is responsible for the nation's ongoing housing affordability crisis.
Sightline Institute via YouTube
3 days ago
Alexander Garvin argues that it’s time for the end of the mega-project in an excerpt from "The Heart of the City: Creating Vibrant Downtowns for a New Century."
Next City
4 days ago
The bikes offer a transportation option for older people where other modes fall short.
Fast Company
4 days ago
A key signal of economic strength for the planning and development industries delivered bad news for the first time in a long time.
American Institute of Architects
5 days ago
Depending on the type of bicycle for sale, the price may jump 25 percent due to new tariffs paid by importers and consumers (not China as the president would have you think) if it arrives in the United States after June 1.
Bicycle Retailer and Industry News
5 days ago
Humans can't always hear the sound, but there is plenty of noise in what we think of quiet corners of the United States.
FiveThirtyEight
5 days ago
Public health outcomes, like long life spans, result from a built environment that encourages movement.
Quartzy
6 days ago
Coworking might be one of the most common buzzwords of the contemporary real estate market, but shared office arrangements are confined to only a few cities in the country.
Crain's New York Business
6 days ago
New research outlines how to make public transportation a better option for suburban commuters.
Streetsblog USA
6 days ago
Long used to promote inequality, zoning and land use are now helping to keep vulnerable communities safer and cleaner.
CityLab
6 days ago
A new study, published by Science Advances and available in full online, "examines whether transportation network companies (TNCs), such as Uber and Lyft, live up to their stated vision of reducing congestion in major cities."
Science Advances
May 12, 2019, 11am PDT
New York City might need some courage to go through with its idea sto charge drivers to enter parts of Manhattan. Luckily there are International models of success to choose from.
Fast Company
May 12, 2019, 5am PDT
Motorists have been able to drive across the country for more than a century. People on bikes will get their day soon, too.
CityLab