Revista Land LinesAbril 2022By Anthony Flint, April 21, 2022
Randall Woodfin, Birmingham’s “millennial mayor” and a rising star in Alabama politics, has launched an ambitious effort to revitalize that postindustrial city, from restoring basic infrastructure to expanding economic support for single mothers. He talks
Revista Land LinesAbril 2022By Alena Klimas, April 12, 2022
In a chronically underinvested area of the United States, a new collaborative effort is generating support for local food systems, downtown revitalization, and other projects.
Revista Land LinesAbril 2022By Will Jason, April 4, 2022
Reforming Detroit’s property tax system by taxing land at a higher rate than buildings would help to revive the local economy and reduce tax bills for nearly every homeowner, according to a new study from the nonprofit Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Revista Land LinesMarzo 2022By Will Jason, March 17, 2022
Megaregions and America’s Future explains the concept of megaregions, provides updated economic, demographic, and environmental data, draws lessons from Europe and Asia, and shows how megaregions are an essential framework for governing the world’s larges
Revista Land LinesMarzo 2022By Anthony Flint, March 15, 2022
Randall Woodfin, Birmingham’s “millennial mayor” and rising star in Alabama politics, has launched an urban mechanic’s agenda for revitalizing that post-industrial city: restoring basic infrastructure on a block-by-block basis, setting up a command center
Revista Land LinesOctubre 2021Edited by Katharine Wroth
This issue explores the connections between climate change and infrastructure, the role of sustainability in the revitalization of smaller legacy cities, and more.
A Scenario Planning Toolkit for Shrinking RegionsDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2022Emma Walters and Arnab Chakraborty
Scenario planning tools and practices often imply a baseline of growth which hinders the applicability of these tools in regions experiencing declining populations and economic disinvestment. These...
Revista Land LinesFebrero 2022By Allison Ehrich Bernstein, February 8, 2022
A new policy focus report from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy illustrates how state policies and practices affect the course of urban revitalization, from the ways cities raise revenues to the conditions under which they can finance redevelopment.
Investing in Residents from South Bend to WorcesterResúmenes de políticas públicasMayo 2021Erica Spaid Patras, Alison Goebel, and Lindsey Elam
Former industrial and manufacturing hubs like Dayton, Ohio, and Gary, Indiana—known as legacy cities—need not choose between economic growth and equity, as growth is most durable when it...
Revista Land LinesEnero 2022By Liz Farmer, January 27, 2022
A team from Trenton, New Jersey, is participating in the Legacy Cities Initiative Community of Practice, part of an effort to build resilience and strengthen community engagement.