Harrison Hadland, Aug 17, 12.
More and more corporate offices are moving from suburban campuses to downtown buildings, leaving suburban community leaders with a lot of thinking to do.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 22, 12.
Urban areas with access to public transit will offer more mobility and independence for the approximately 72 million Americans who will be over 65 by 2030.
Writer at Streetsblog, May 29, 12.
Making rural transit work
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 28, 12.
80.7 percent of the US population now considered living in 'urban areas', but what exactly does that mean?
David Crossley, Jan 03, 12.
And AIA report says there has been a definitive shift away from large residential subdivisions towards smaller scale infill development projects.
A new report says that global warming has significantly increased the number of people at risk globally and could cause migration to urban areas.
David Crossley, Dec 13, 11.
Commuting cycling has doubled in the last four years and quadrupled since 2001 in NYC.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Dec 01, 11.
Houston City Council will consider changes proposed in 2009 to Chapter 42 that will increase the "urban" zone, require guest parking for town homes, and more.
Lead writer, Citiwire, Nov 08, 11.
People need deeper, daily contact with nature to “feel fully alive”
Chairman of the North American Board of Veolia Transportation and a former president of Amtrak, Sep 13, 11.
Demographics will write the destiny of our urban transportation needs.
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