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Special Section: National Planning Awards
When it comes to this type of preservation, there's no time to waste. Philip Walker makes the case in Planning Practice.
It's a rational approach to creating authentic places — as Todd Meyer explains.
Michael Stockstill examines the ups and downs of the Great Park in Orange County, California. A Sustaining Places story.
A regular column by Paul Farmer, APA's CEO.
Methane rules, Valdez update.
Shore protection, Alaska pipeline.
A bimonthy department aimed at planning commissioners, edited by Carolyn Torma.
Reid Ewing revisits regression analysis.
BeltLine skeptic, one more metric.
Second stage urbanism.
Sprawl defined — again.
National Planning Awards
Legacy 2030 Comprehensive Plan, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, North Carolina
Plan Cincinnati: A Comprehensive Plan for the Future
Hawaii's Statewide Pedestrian Master Plan
Ridges to Rivers Open Space NETWORK Vision Plan, Mid-Columbia Region, Washington
Brooklyn Bridge Park
ACCESS Magazine, Los Angeles
East Franklinton Creative Community District Plan, Columbus, Ohio
Urban Forestry Code Revisions Project, Tigard, Oregon
Two Journal of the American Planning Association articles from 2013
The Songzhuang Arts and Agriculture City, Beijing, China
Houseal Lavigne Associates, Chicago
Tallahassee-Leon County, Florida, Planning Department
Broward County, Florida, Climate Change Element
Detroit RiverFront Conservancy
Mountain View Village, Anchorage, Alaska
Housing Act of 1949
Royal Town Planning Institute, London, England
Cynthia Lee-Sheng, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
Irving Hand, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, Philadelphia
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Every month thousands of people read Planning to learn how innovative planning programs and techniques are reshaping America's communities.
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