Steve Hawley, Jan 13, 10.
Even cities with little transit funding should move ahead with high-density, mixed use developments to promote a sustainable economy, says one urban planner.
Executive Editor, Worldchanging, Jan 13, 10.
'Deep walkability' should drive urban design
Steve Hawley, Dec 15, 09.
Three teenage girls were struck and killed in Terrell, TX, as they tried to cross a state highway that had no speed limit signs or nearby crosswalks.
Steve Hawley, Dec 11, 09.
The one-mile stretch of Nueces Street would feature low traffic volume, a quieter and prettier environment, and improved safety conditions for all bicyclists.
Steve Hawley, Dec 08, 09.
Canadian planners are weighing in on climate change, saying that planners can implement mitigation and adaptation plans for the world's cities.
Steve Hawley, Dec 02, 09.
Residents of Los Angeles, the Bay Area, San Diego, and Sacramento would save on transportation costs, as well as cutting greenhouse emissions by one-third.
Steve Hawley, Dec 01, 09.
A transit-oriented developer in Vancouver built 90 townhouses and condos on top of a Home Depot and a Save On Foods grocery store, complete with a rooftop park.
Vilas Bhuchar, Nov 24, 09.
More than a year after Hurricane Ike, an Urban Land Institute analysis suggests that Galveston focus redevelopment efforts around its historic urban core.
Steve Hawley, Nov 13, 09.
At the ULI fall meeting, developers discussed how to participate in planning and work with local governments to create better developments.
Montgomery County, a suburb of Washington, DC that houses almost one million residents, is encouraging transit-oriented development and a car-free lifestyle.
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