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Multimodal Transportation Planning Applications Curriculum for Urban Planning Programs: Phase 2 By Kristine Williams
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Integrated multimodal transportation and land use planning is critical to advancing mode choice, public health and safety, and livability objectives. Communities across the U.S. are seeking to... More > redefine their planning process accordingly. In response, university graduate urban planning and engineering programs are beginning to address multimodal planning and sustainable transportation, but most do not yet offer a robust curriculum on these topics. To help address this need, the University of South Florida (USF), Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) developed a curriculum for a course on multimodal transportation planning and its role in advancing livability and related objectives.< Less
Urban Dance By Hal Gage
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Urban Dance is a collection of cryptic symbols and directions. By letting go of perconceptions and the desire to discern meaning the markings in these photographs take on a life of their own. The... More > arrows, lines and letters all seem to invoke a movement; a path of direction. It’s the whimsy of following a path that has no predetermand meaning or plan that can bring us to the most unexpected conclusions or simply on a pleasant stroll.< Less
Muddy Urbanism By Kathy Waghorn & Andrew Barrie
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Muddy Urbanism is a special urban-research studio at The School of Architecture and Planning, The University of Auckland. This research proposes new interfaces between urban policy, ecological... More > systems and community participation for the regeneration of an urban river catchment in the city’s inner west. Muddy Urbanism was part of the 5th Auckland Triennial, curated by Hou Hanru. It was first presented at the Auckland Art Gallery in May, 2013. Muddy Urbanism was led by Kathy Waghorn from The University of Auckland in collaboration with Teddy Cruz, Professor of Public Culture at the University of California, San Diego and co-founder of the Center for Urban Ecologies.The book contains documentation of all projects and an interview with Teddy Cruz.< Less
Critical Planning Volume 21 By Critical Planning
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Critical Planning is the student-run journal of UCLA's Department of Urban Planning. The journal attracts submissions from scholars, graduate students, and practitioners from across disciplinary... More > boundaries and from around the world. Through the publication of a variety of formats, including photo essays, fictional narratives, visual art, op-eds, as well as original academic research, we hope to depart from the traditional hierarchy of academic journals, and collapse the hapless divide between the University and the public.< Less
Critical Planning Volume 20 By Critical Planning
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The Critical Planning Journal began in 1993 as a forum for the urban studies and planning communities to debate current issues, showcase emerging research, and propose new ideas concerning cities and... More > regions. The journal attracts submissions from scholars, graduate students, and practitioners from across disciplinary boundaries and from around the world. Through our double-blind peer-review process, Critical Planning identifies and publishes insightful scholarly research with a critical approach. As one of the cores of intellectual life in the Urban Planning Department, the journal provides a convivial space for rigorous debate. Our public programs—including lectures, exhibitions, film screenings, and symposia—extend this work to audiences in Los Angeles and beyond. Critical Planning reaches an international subscriber base of urban planning scholars, students, practitioners, libraries, bookstores, and enthusiasts.< Less
Shaping Sustainability: A Master Plan for Université Omar Bongo By Urban Design Lab
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At the request of the National Agency of Public Works and the Gabon-Oregon Center, students and faculty from the University of Oregon Urban Design Lab were invited to travel to Libreville, Gabon and... More > work with students and faculty of the Université Omar Bongo to collaborate in the envisioning of a redesigned campus with a focus on environmental and social sustainability.< Less
Returning to the River: Chateau Redevelopment Plan By Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture Urban Laboratory
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30 senior undergraduate students from Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania design a new long-term plan for one of Pittsburgh's industrial regions, Chateau, on the Ohio... More > Riverfront. As one of the few areas in Pittsburgh with direct access to the river, Chateau has enormous potential beyond parking sheds and heavy industrial use. A blend of new mixed riverfront housing, outdoor recreational programs, expanded retail and commercial use and a strong institutional center seek to bring Manchester back across the divisive Highway 65 and connect residents, old and new, from both neighborhoods back to the river.< Less
Belle Vernon Urban planning w/out charts By Thomas Kielbasinski
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Belle Vernon Urban planning w/out charts By Thomas Kielbasinski
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Urban planning, business, economics, marketing, Belle Vernon
Revisiting urban informality: A positive spin on informality in planning practice By Rangajeewa Ratnayake
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Revisiting urban informality: A positive spin on informality in planning practice is about about informality in planning practice and this is a book we have long been thinking about writing on the... More > mode of operation of our cities. This volume attempts to understand our urban imaginaries in a different perspective. The topics discussed in this book inform us about everyday realities in our cities. Many of those realities have been unnoticed and under-researched. The book begins by looking at the a variety of approaches which have been taken by planners, sociologist and urban economics and identifies several themes relating to urban informality. Individual chapters then address a number of topics which are at the heart of the current debates.< Less

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