An applied research paper presented to the faculty of the school of City and Regional Planning at Georgia Institute of Technology in partial fulfillment of the requirements for master's degree in city and regional planning has been added to the Resource Center best practices data base.
University of California, Berkeley, Professor Robert Cervero's article "Linking urban transport and land use in developing countries" has been added to the Resource Center best practices database. The article originally appeared in the Journal of Transport and Land Use in May 2013 as part of a World Symposium on Transport & Land Use Research special issue.
Reconnecting America Policy Associate Sasha Forbes will be participating in an invitation-only roundtable discussion on “The High Cost of Getting Around” on June 20 in Washington, DC. Sponsored by the Center for American Progress and The Leadership Conference Education Fund will co-host a private, this roundtable brings together transportation experts, anti-poverty advocates, and civil rights advocates to identify challenges and solutions to ensure families in all communities can affordably and reliably connect to key services and opportunities — whether they rely on public transit or are in communities currently better served by vehicle ownership.
URBANISM & DESIGNIs All This New Ohio City Development Good?
Come Saturday, Ohio City will be bedlam, as it is most Saturdays. The intersection of West 25th and Lorain will be endlessly logjammed as the suburban tourists descend upon the West Side Market with their bags and their strollers and all the force and rancor of the Uruk-hai.