Elana is the associate editor of The Planning Report.
Why Harvard Looked to Los Angeles to Imagine the Future of Streets
The so-called car capital of the world is now a "hotbed for mobility disruption," a Harvard studio suggests.
Opinion: It’s Time for Cincinnati to Embrace Vision Zero
Pedestrian fatalities are rising, and one city council candidate has had enough.
Easy Ways to Boost Suburban Transit
New research outlines how to make public transportation a better option for suburban commuters.
Denver to Restructure Homeless Services After Audit
The city will commit new funding and potentially a new department to better manage its homeless services.
Housing Costs Rise for Philly's Poorest Residents, Fall for the Wealthy
Poor households in Philadelphia are spending nearly much on housing as wealthy residents. And while costs for the wealthy are going down, costs for the poor continue to rise.