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The Winter issue tackles some of planning’s biggest challenges. Learn about strategies to manage the in-demand curb, how climate change and the pandemic will affect gentrification, and which trends are shaping planning as we know it. PLUS: transforming a hotel into supportive housing, catching up with nonprofit BlackSpace, and 6 ways to make infrastructure more inclusive.
Table of Contents
The State of Gentrification
As a decade of disruptors changes gentrification patterns, the same question remains: Can planners spark revitalization without displacement?
2022 Trends for Planners: A Sneak Peek
APA Research and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy share their foresight driven guide for the new year (and beyond).
How to Create a Curb Management Framework
Follow these seven steps for inclusive, dynamic policies that unlock billions in potential revenue.
Housing: A solution for homelessness
Policy: Voters back environmental bills
The Profession: The Black experience in urban design
Et Cetera: Pandemic doc, podcast review, Animal Crossing
TOOLS FOR THE TRADE
How-To: Six principles for equitable infrastructure
The Profession: Boost your planning department's profile
Infrastructure: Four roadblocks to inclusive streets
Planners Library: Effective leadership, renewable energy
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Perspectives: Planning and public health
Great Places: Aspen Pedestrian Mall, Aspen, Colorado