“The philosophy is that absence of all of those features forces all users of the space … to negotiate passage through the space via eye contact and person to person negotiation.”
How can communities engage busy residents and business owners to vote in local elections, engage in public participation events and discuss and plan for the community’s future?
Paris prepares to host an international climate summit with a car-free day that reduced smog and let non-drivers savor its beauty.
Planners talk about creating a sense of place. Local governments want development that is consistent with the community character. Developers want successful projects and shorter timelines. Our master plans and zoning ordinances call for high quality development, context-sensitive design, compatible building types and land uses and unifying streetscape elements. But what does that look like? […]