Special Section: National Planning Awards
Computer games aren't just games anymore, they're learning experiences. Jeff Ferzoco reports in Planning Practice.
Excerpts from Reconsidering Jane Jacobs, a new Planners Press book edited by Max Page and Timothy Mennel.
Jonathan Barnett defines them all.
What Cairo's Al Tahrir Square teaches us about the organization of public space. By Nathan Cherry.
Under fire in Florida and California.
Corridors, sewer repairs.
Statistics in the news — compiled by APA's Research Department. This month: outreach tools.
Reid Ewing describes a new way to predict the traffic generated by mixed use development.
Bronx cheer, faulting RLUIPA.
Wants and needs, sprawl solutions.
News reports, blogs, videos, etc.
A new message for difficult times.
National Planning Awards
North Texas 2050
Kamehameha Schools' North Shore Plan
Spring Creek Greenway Master Plan
SurveyLA Public Participation Program
River Corridor Redevelopment Plan
Wallace Roberts & Todd
Plan for the 21st Century: New Orleans 2030
National Planning Achievement Award for Advancing Diversity and Social Change in Honor of Paul Davidoff
Kigali Sub Area Plans
Sherwood Village Senior Apartments
"Travel and the Built Environment: A Meta-Analysis," by Reid Ewing and Robert Cervero
Cover art: Alvaro Huerta, recipient of the 2011 National Planning Achievement Award for Advancing Diversity and Social Change. Photo by Pablo Aguilar.