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Fall 2002 Just and Sustainable Transportation

Special Issue on Transportation The Costs of Auto Dependency  By Lisa Schreibman Seventh Generation By Tom Angotti Transportation Equity..

October 30, 2002

Planning at the Frontline: Notes From Israel

By Oren Yiftachel There are few societies in which urban and regional planning has been so central to nation-building and state policy as..

October 22, 2002

Following Rosa Parks: Montgomery Bus Riders Organize

By Eugene J. Patron People in Montgomery, Alabama will tell you that as much as the city likes to see itself as part of the..

October 22, 2002

Toronto: Car Culture Is Alive and Well

By Janice Etter In the last few years, Toronto’s newspapers have been full of references to “gridlock” as the city’s..

October 22, 2002

Transportation Equity and Environmental Justice

By Rich Stolz West Harlem Environmental Action (WE ACT) has fought for years to mitigate the high concentration of bus depots in this New..

October 22, 2002

The Costs of Auto Dependency

By Lisa Schreibman We are paying dearly for the American love affair with the car. We pay through taxes and out of our pockets. The..

October 22, 2002

Summer 2002 Conference/Education Issue

Special Issue on 2002 PN Conference Bridging Divides, Building Futures: A Puerto Rican Perspective  By Agustin Lao-montes Seventh..

July 30, 2002

Diversity and the Planning Profession

By Leonardo Vazquez, PP/AICP A friend of mine, a terrific planner in the private sector, gets called in on jobs from public sector clients..

July 22, 2002

Planning Education: How Could It Be Different from Business School?

By Katharine N. Rankin I welcomed the invitation to join this dialogue on planning education because I have had my own experiences of being..

July 22, 2002

Cracks in the Foundation of Traditional Planning

By Barbara Rahder Who is a “real” planner? What makes one person a “real” planner and another person not a..

July 22, 2002
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