Rick Pruetz notes that bicycle trails can pump up local economies.
Big industrial sites are back in vogue, says Jeffrey Spivak in a Sustaining Places story.
Tim Baldwin suggests how to bring the request-for-proposals process into the 21st century.
Rebecca Leonard and Sara Egan-Endsley explain how to use the pro forma as a tool for economic development
Caren Chesler tells how GPS can help local government run more smoothly.
Energy-efficient buildings aren't only for the rich, say Lauren Fuhry and Walker Wells.
Seeking solutions in highly urbanized Latin America. Thomas E. Bassett reports.
An excerpt from John Forester's new Planners Press book explores whether public dispute mediators should be held accountable for their work.
A regular column by APA's CEO, Paul Farmer, FAICP.
Colorado floods, life expectancies.
Montana zoning power, Mount Laurel.
Statistics in the news, compiled by Farhana Hossain in collaboration with APA's Research Department. This month: the auto industry.
Tim Beatley on British-style "green."
Thirsty nation, federal deficit.
Making connections, reading Los Angeles.
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Cover: The Rímac district of Lima, Peru. Courtesy the Rímac Reborn Project.