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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...]
Recently, the Wall Street Journal announced “Skyscraper Builders Reach for the Stars Once Again.” Among other things, the article discussed[Read More...]
For much of the last century, urban planning involved ever wider streets, both for major thoroughfares and for residential side[Read More...]
These days, a lot of projects are crashing through the gates of community plans and dashing existing neighborhood character under[Read More...]
In the late 1800s, San Diego lost the race with Los Angeles to become the western terminus of a transcontinental[Read More...]
On February 4, 2013, a San Diego Superior Court judge rejected the City’s plans to vacate traffic from Balboa Park,[Read More...]