App-based Rides Get Into the Public Transit Game
Sea level rise is becoming increasingly unavoidable for planners in coastal California.
CP&DR welcomes a panel of Black planners to share their personal perspectives on the current historical moment and on the future of planning in the era of Black Lives Matter.
Shopping malls, built as meccas of U.S. retailing and mainstays of suburban life, had been suffering for a decade or more due to a “retail apocalypse” brought on by the rise of online shopping.
CP&DR’s retrospective of the triumphs, failures, and tensions that influenced California’s built environment in the 2010s
The Golden State Warriors’ privately financed arena in San Francisco reflects the moneyed interests of big tech.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative is tying the world together—but what’s the end game?
CP&DR’s Josh Stephens spoke with Vishaan Chakrabarti about his transition to Berkeley and the urban environment he will encounter upon moving west.
An interview with Fort Worth Planning and Development Director Randle Harwood on the planning practices and ideas driving the future of one of the nation’s fastest growing cities.
As impressive as Ithra is, it is still a bauble.
Small communities are fighting the stores, which have gone from zero to over 200 in California in the past eight years, but usually they are allowed by local zoning.
Transit agencies, whether they run buses, trains, ferries, bike share systems, or other mediums of mobility, exist in a state of paradox. While their vehicles, signage and street furniture is highly visible and they serve millions of customers each year, many lack a physical connection with their customers. But some transit providers are working to change that.
An interview with Seattle Planning Director Sam Assefa for the latest installment of the “Planners Across America” series.
The latest installment of the “Planners Across America” series features New York City Planning Director and Planning Commission Chair Marisa Lago.
There is no such thing as “a” complete street. No single street is “complete.” Complete streets encompasses more of an idea—and an attitude—than a typology.
An interview with Houston Planning Director Patrick Walsh, conducted after Hurricane Harvey ravaged the city and reduced its planning and infrastructure to a talking point for pundits.
Planetizen’s “Planners Across America” series continues in the city that put many contemporary best planning practices on the map: Portland, Oregon.
The totality of architecture encompasses structures, setting, relationships, uses, and even ideas that, in combination, create a landscape.