The urban street network is one of the most permanent features of cities. Once laid down, the pattern of streets determines urban form and the level of sprawl for decades to come. In the U.S., urban sprawl has become an enduring hallmark of the past century. Yet, there are some glimmers of hope.
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The School of Urban Planning will host Adam Greenfield for a public lecture "Another city is possible: Practices of the minimum viable utopia
The Fall Work in Progress series concludes with Michael Jemtrud (Architecture) “Mediated Cities Project”
As more people move to urban areas, cities around the world are experiencing increased water stress and looking for additional water supplies to support their continued grow.