APA announces its new Voices of Equity in Planning, a multi-part video series demonstrating that equity is a necessary guiding principle for planners and all who participate in the process of planning as advisors, advocates, and decision makers.
In response to the proposed overhaul of NEPA regulations, the American Planning Association (APA) and Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM) urge the Trump administration to not abandon review of development and infrastructure projects.
Research finds that sustainability benefits come not from technology that allows cars to drive themselves, but from ride-sharing that puts more passengers in fewer vehicles. A JAPA Viewpoint explores the possibilities.
Analysis of rider data in a Journal of the American Planning Association article demonstrates that ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber have the potential to bridge the gap in transportation options in low-income neighborhoods.