SOURCE: Blooberg CityLab
In a Land of Cul-de-Sacs, the Street Grid Stages a Comeback
Land use planners in unlikely places-the Texas suburbs--are revisiting the idea of gridded street plans as solutions for car dependence and traffic.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
To Avoid Integration, Americans Built Barricades in Urban Space
Urban inequality didn’t happen by accident.
Thomas Jefferson, Yellow Fever, and Land Planning for Public Health
by M. Andrew Holowchak
Although Thomas Jefferson was generally an anti-urbanist, he did offer insight into the role of land use in helping towns and cities control epidemics and promote public health.
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