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Smart Growth Literature Hits a Cul-du-Sac


Big boxes, Book Reviews, Charles Montgomery, Downtown planning, Happy City, New urbanism, smart growth, Transportation

 

Q&A: Uncertainty Reigns in New Wild West


Economic development, New urbanism, Q&A

 

50 Years Later, Jacobs Still Leads a Sorority of Dissent


Death and Life of Great American Cities, Feminine Mystque, Jane Jacobs, New Urbanism, Silent Spring, Vol. 26, No. 23-24 Dec. 1 2011

 

A Prescription for Prosperity: Let Cities Be Cities


Adam Christian, Book Reviews, California Environmental Quality Act, Economic development, Edward Glaeser, Historic preservation, Infill development, New urbanism, Triumph of the City, Vol. 26 No. 8 April 15, 2011

 

Q&A: Robert Freilich Heralds Age Of Sustainable Planning


California Environmental Quality Act, Josh Stephens, land use law, Legislation, New urbanism, Q&A, Regional planning, Robert Freilich, Vol. 26 No. 1 Jan 1, 2011

 

Form-Based Codes Gain Popularity But Cannot Cure All


Bill Fulton, California, Form-based codes, Insight, New Urbanism, New urbanism, Vol. 25 No. 17 Sept. 1-15, Zoning

 

Remedial Urbanism: History, Apathy, Old Plan Stunt Westwood Village


Josh Stephens, Local Watch, Los Angeles County, New urbanism, Vol. 23 No. 06 Jun 2008

 

Idealistic Planning Meets Real World In Fresno Project


Fresno County, Morris Newman, New urbanism, Places, Vol. 22 No. 08 Aug 2007

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