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  1. Overcoming Obstacles to Smart Development

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 1996
    Edward H. Starkie and Bonnie Gee Yosick

    Driven by an awareness of population expansion and the difficulties that follow growth, Oregon's Departments of Transportation and of Land Conservation and Development created the "Smart Development...

  2. Brown Named President

    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 1996

    We are delighted to welcome Dr. H. James Brown as president of the Lincoln Institute, announces Kathryn J. Lincoln, chair of the Institute's Board of Directors and of the Search Committee. "Jim is an...

  3. Sustainable Development in the Mekong River Basin

    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 1996
    Trang D. Tu

    The mighty Mekong, tenth largest river in the world, faces conflicting pressures for developing its floodplains and harnessing its powerful flow, which spans 4200 kilometers from the Himalayas...

  4. Imagining Cityscapes

    The Politics of Urban Development
    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 1996
    Ann O'M. Bowman and Michael A. Pagano

    Imagine two communities in the Rocky Mountain region in the late 1860s. One is located along the transcontinental railroad, the other is 100 miles to the south. Which community would come to dominate...

  5. Have American Planners Lost Their Values?

    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 1996
    Stephen Ashworth

    If cynics know the price of everything but the value of nothing, then they may have something in common with contemporary American planners. Constrained by the courts, the planning fraternity...

  6. Effects of Urban Density on Rail Transit

    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 1996
    Judy S. Davis and Samuel Seskin

    Despite the long-term and continuing trend away from central business districts and toward suburban development, a number of factors are motivating recent attention to rail transit. These factors...

  7. Communications Technology and Settlement Patterns

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 1996
    Benjamin Chinitz and Thomas Horan

    In four years, there will be a fresh count of Americans. The 2000 Census will reveal how many of us there are, who we are in terms of race, nativity, income, family size and occupation, what kind of...

  8. The New Urbanism Challenges Conventional Planning

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 1996
    William Fulton

    The New Urbanism has captured the imagination of the American public like no urban planning movement in decades. Amid great fanfare, New Urbanists are seeking to redefine the nature of the American...


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