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.
Lincoln Institute Experts to Offer Solutions at APA National Planning ConferenceRevista Land LinesMarzo 2019By Emma Zehner, March 19, 2019
The Lincoln Institute will lead conversations on land value capture, water sustainability, scenario planning, and public finance, among many other topics at the American Planning Association’s...
As Real Estate Booms, Can Texas Offer Property Tax Relief?Revista Land LinesMarzo 2019By Will Jason, March 19, 2019
As property tax bills rise, Texas is looking to provide relief without hurting public services.
Santa Monica Goes All-In on Green: Reflections from Mayor Gleam DavisRevista Land LinesMarzo 2019By Anthony Flint, March 5, 2019
From a clean-power purchasing plan to a zero-net-energy ordinance for new single-family construction, Santa Monica is implementing cutting-edge sustainability policies. Anthony Flint talks with newly...
Could Inclusionary Housing Break the YIMBY Deadlock?Revista Land LinesFebrero 2019By Anthony Flint, February 26, 2019
The movement known as YIMBY, or Yes in My Back Yard, has long argued that more development will reduce housing prices. Critics argue—with some evidence—that things aren't that simple, but some communities are moving forward using inclusionary housing.
As the Sea Rises, Communities Learn to Have Difficult Conversations About RetreatRevista Land LinesFebrero 2019By Will Jason, February 24, 2019
Across the United States, as tidal flooding and extreme weather increase, coastal communities are learning to confront the inevitable—that at least some residents will need to retreat to safer ground.
Hospital System Helps Create Affordable Housing in San BernardinoRevista Land LinesFebrero 2019By Alyia Gaskins, February 15, 2019
For years, the City of San Bernardino, California, worked with the county housing authority, a nonprofit affordable housing developer called National CORE, and community residents to develop a plan...
Las viviendas imprimibles en 3D comienzan a tomar formaRevista Land LinesFebrero 2019Por Rob Walker
En la última década, la impresión tridimensional fue una de las ideas con mayor resonancia en el ámbito de la tecnología. En vez de agregar tinta a un papel, una impresora 3D traduce un diseño...
Recapacitar sobre una herramienta elogiada para el desarrollo económicoRevista Land LinesFebrero 2019Por Anthony Flint
Desde sus inicios, en la década de 1950, el financiamiento por incremento tributario se enraizó en todo Estados Unidos como mecanismo popular para la financiación pública...