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Winter 2011 Transportation Justice

The Seventh Generation

Feature Articles

  • Just Transportation Planning: Lessons from California
    by Richard A. Marcantonio
  • The Ongoing Debate Over Privatization of Public Housing: National Association of HUD Tenants Comments on Draft Ellison PETRA Bill
    by National Association of HUD Tenants
  • Transit-Oriented Development and Communities of Color: A Field Report
    by Gen Fujioka
  • A Manifesto for Progressive Ruralism in an Urbanizing World
    by Keith Pezzoli, Kerry Williams and Sean Kriletich
  • The Emerging Community Benefits Movement in North America: C.O.R.D.’s Campaign in the Rexdale Neighborhood of Toronto
    by Abbe Edelson
  • Making Waves Along the Mississippi: The 2011 Planners Network Conference
  • Lessons from the Corridor Development Initiative
    by Gretchen Nicholls, Barbara Raye and Ann Forsyth
  • Counting Vacant Buildings and Housing Homeless People in New York City
    by Sam J. Miller and Lynn Lewis
  • Challenging Spatial Inequality in the South Bronx
    by Catherine Guimond
  • Brenda Torpy and the Keys to Progressive Politics in Burlington
    by Pierre Clavel
  • Inclusionary Housing in an International Perspective
    review by Tom Angotti

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