Medium sized cities are a major driver of economic growth in the American economy
Posts Tagged ‘ Urban Affairs ’
New York’s failed plan for congestion pricing has lessons for policymakers everywhere.
The cities of the developing world are taking off. The cities of the Global North ought to get on board, or risk being left behind.
A leading city planner assesses the new urbanist strides in Chicago.
U.S. metros, the nation’s exporters, are driving economic recovery.
Livability principles can help policymakers prioritize transit spending, especially for Bus Rapid Transit.
Low-income homeowners get some satisfaction.
A recent paper found that Americans are highly segregated by income. A new paper finds the opposite is true for race.
Taking the helm of the downtrodden city, Karen Freeman-Wilson has ambitious plans. And major hurdles.
Researchers take an in-depth look into Chicago’s After School Matters.