Boston Mayor Marty Walsh On the Urgency of Climate ActionRevista Land LinesNoviembre 2019By Anthony Flint, November 8, 2019
Boston native and two-term Mayor Martin J. Walsh has become a leader on climate action, from retrofitting city buildings to raising parks and roads. He spoke with Senior Fellow Anthony Flint about...
Episode 6: The (Late) Great Climate Change MobilizationRevista Land LinesOctubre 2019By Anthony Flint, October 25, 2019
Climate change can seem like an insurmountable challenge. But many tools and policies to decarbonize the economy and build resilience are readily available, says Billy Fleming, director of The McHarg...
Design with Nature Now Amplifies Ian McHarg's Manifesto on Ecological Planning and Land UseRevista Land LinesOctubre 2019By Katharine Wroth, October 15, 2019
With climate change posing imminent risks that range from rising seas to more extreme weather events, cities must work with ecology rather than against it to develop sustainably, according to the new...
Streetlights Are Getting Smarter—Are We?Revista Land LinesSeptiembre 2019By Rob Walker, September 27, 2019
The new generation of streetlights can do everything from monitor the weather to listen for gunshots. Many city officials view this as a boon, but some civil rights organizations are calling for...
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Documentos de trabajoAbril 2019Moses Gates
This working paper sets forth the recent history and current structure of New York City’s residential property tax system, as well as large-scale inequities, possible points of needed reform,...
Los urbanistas dan un volantazo ante la aparición de vehículos autónomos en las callesRevista Land LinesAbril 2019Por Kathleen McCormick
Los vehículos autónomos ya no son una fantasía futurista. Circulan por las calles de ciudades estadounidenses. Entérese de cómo los funcionarios de planificaci...
Tracking Growth and Evaluating Performance of Shared Equity Homeownership Programs During Housing Market FluctuationsDocumentos de trabajoAbril 2019Ruoniu Wang, Claire Cahen, Arthur Acolin, and Rebecca J. Walter
Editor’s Note: This Working Paper was revised on May 6, 2019, to correct an error on page 12. School proficiency scores for census blocks with shared equity homes were compared to scores for...
Urban Planners Shift Gears as Autonomous Vehicles Hit the StreetsRevista Land LinesMarzo 2019By Kathleen McCormick, March 19, 2019
What does the rapid evolution of mobility mean for urban planners and transportation officials? We survey the landscape to find out.
The Road to Smarter Transit Is Paved with DataRevista Land LinesMarzo 2019By Rob Walker, March 15, 2019
Transportation officials from Virginia to Hawaii are taking advantage of big data to make decisions differently, thanks to the work of the State Smart Transportation Initiative.