SOURCE: Blooberg CityLab
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
Urban inequality didn’t happen by accident.
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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