Planning

July 18, 2014
Shanghai Metro Musings

As a graduate student at the NYU Wagner School of Public Service, I had the pleasure to spend three weeks...

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July 3, 2014
Next Chapter of LA Story

Though Los Angeles is the land of big industry, splashy projects, and outsized personalities, the images that lingered the most...

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May 15, 2014
How the Reverse Commute Could Reverse Long Island’s Lagging Fortunes

Long Island – which stretches to the east of New York City – is often seen as a place that...

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April 3, 2014
Learning to Share

Cities are naturals at sharing (or buying), with their markets, plazas, parks, and public transportation. But now that entrepreneurs are...

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March 3, 2014
For Transit’s Sake

We’re constantly reminding non-transit professionals that transit is a means to multiple ends: to improved air quality and reduced carbon...

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March 3, 2014
Ukraine: City planning and nation building (or unbuilding)

The way we design our cities and move about them has implications for the functioning of an open and free...

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February 26, 2014
Downtown Project: Las Vegas’s Transportation Opportunity

You may have heard of Downtown Project’s Project 100, its subscription-based transportation service model. The project is intended to eliminate...

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February 26, 2014
Development without planning: Downtown Project LV

This past weekend I had the privilege of visiting friends and meeting some folks heavily involved with the Downtown Project...

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February 11, 2014
NYC city planning: exact change or changing exactions?

Last week, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed a new Planning Commission Chair, Carl Weisbrod, and hinted at...

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