In this age of planning emphasis on “smart growth,” “new urbanism,” “transit oriented development,” “infill development” and so on, density[Read More...]
In the wake of California’s now defunct redevelopment program and the 2008 real estate collapse, examples abound of demolished or[Read More...]
As I occasionally do, today I used Car2Go for a mid-day meeting. I took the trolley to work. I had[Read More...]
San Diego’s downtown street grid and its small blocks make continuous walking difficult, especially for people trying to go in[Read More...]
San Diego’s Mayoral Candidates on Walkable Neighborhoods: Walking the Walk or only Talking the Talk?
“Walkable neighborhoods” and “liveable streets” are terms that are receiving a lot of play these days. San Diego’s special mayoral election[Read More...]
By now, most of the nation is aware of San Diego’s mayoral scandal, which was reported in such national media[Read More...]
Portland is widely acknowledged as an urban renewal success story. So much so that it has become somewhat of a[Read More...]