Blogger at Bacon's Rebellion; former editor of Virginia Business magazine, May 16, 13.
Do American households really prefer “sprawl” development?
Matt Dietrichson, May 09, 13.
A hospital, a hotel, a museum, and a school are among the new developments being built in the Mueller neighborhood, north of downtown Austin.
Attorney in Seattle, focusing on land use, environmental law, and permitting, May 02, 13.
The dynamic potential of urbanism without effort
Jay Blazek Crossley, Apr 25, 13.
The City of Houston will no longer have an "urban" and "suburban" zone, as City Council passed a large suite of changes to Chapter 42 development regulations.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 24, 13.
New Orleans transit planners propose expanding their street car system into 9th Ward, Carrolton, Garden District and more neighborhoods over the next decade.
Writer, futurist, and former Executive Editor of Worldchanging.com, Apr 24, 13.
The 21st century economy will be urban, high tech, and green
David Crossley, Apr 18, 13.
H-GAC recommends funding for $460 million that doesn't (yet?) include the Uptown BRT line or new Westheimer bus service
David Crossley, Apr 17, 13.
An AARP walkability audit of the Museum District found sidewalks in disrepair, or poorly designed
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 17, 13.
Decentralization of metropolitan regions is the dominant factor limiting social interactions according to a new study, more than fragmentation or long commutes.
In an effort to reduce costs and promote pedestrian activity, the Austin City Council has axed parking requirements for downtown buildings.
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