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James is the managing editor of Planetizen.
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James Brasuell is a writer and editor, producing web and print content on the subjects of urbanism, architecture, and planning. James manages all editorial content and direction for Planetizen. After a first career as a class five white water river guide in Trinity County in Northern California, James started his career in Los Angeles as a volunteer at a risk reduction center in Skid Row. Prior to joining Planetizen, James worked at the Cal Poly Pomona College of Environmental Design, as editor at Curbed LA, as editor of The Planning Report, and as a freelance contributor for The Architect’s Newspaper, the Urban Land Institute – Los Angeles Chapter, FORM, KCET, and the California Planning & Development Report.

Recent Posts

32 min ago
A reminder of the intended purpose of environmental law.
Center for American Progress
1 hour ago
A shared post by Regina Clelow, CEO and founder of Populus.
Populus on Medium
2 hours ago
Instead of expanding the traditional docked bike share stations, Citi Bike will launch new dockless bikes in the Bronx.
StreetsBlog NYC
3 hours ago
According to legend, the Clameur de Haro stretches back to the early Norman period in the Channel Islands. Rosie Henderson, from Guernsey in the Channel Islands just invoked the rite to oppose a road narrowing project.
The Guardian
18 hours ago
Bird and Lime launched their "Day Without A Scooter" protest this week.
Santa Monica Daily Press
23 hours ago
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority will be it the first in the country to deploy body scanners on its rail system.
Los Angeles Times
Feature
Yesterday
Memory can be an intensely powerful tool when planning for the future.
James Rojas
Yesterday
The Austin City Council approved plans for a new, privately financed soccer stadium to become the future home of the team currently known as the Columbus Crew.
KUT
Yesterday
After a bus system redesign a year ago, Columbus is one of a few cities in the country where bus ridership is increasing.
Streetsblog USA
Yesterday
The federal government approved $1.4 billion in funding for public transit projects as part of the omnibus spending bill signed by President Trump in March. The Federal Transit Administration still hasn't sent the money to local officials.
CityLab