Urban Planning RSS Feeds
Site - citylab.com
About Site - Through original reporting, sharp analysis, and visual storytelling, CityLab informs and inspires the people who are creating the cities of the future—and those who want to live there.
Site - urbanedge.blogs.rice.edu
About Site - The Urban Edge blog is a product of the Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University in Houston, Texas. The Kinder Institute for Urban Research is a “think-and-do” tank working to understand the challenges facing cities nationwide.
Site - reddit.com/r/urbanplanning
San Francisco, CA
About Site - Urban Planning, Community Planning, City Planning, New Urbanism, Smart Growth, Zoning, Transportation and all that makes the built environments that we work and recreate in.
Site - nextcity.org
About Site - The latest stories from Next City's Forefront series. Next City is a nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire social, economic and environmental change in cities through journalism and events around the world.
Site - streetsblog.org
New York City
About Site - Streetsblog connects people to information about how to reduce dependence on private automobiles and improve conditions for walking, biking, and transit. Streetsblog NYC covers the five boroughs of New York City.
6. TheCityFix | The blog of WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities on urban mobility and development RSS Feed
7. Planetizen - The independent resource for people passionate about planning and related fields RSS Feed
Site - planetizen.com/news
Los Angeles, CA, USA.
About Site - Planning: A professional practice and an academic study focused on the future of built environments and connected natural environments from the smallest towns to the largest cities and everything in between. Planetizen: The independent resource for people passionate about planning and related fields.
Site - strongtowns.org/journal
All Across America
About Site - Strong Towns is a non-profit organization working to support a model of development that allows America's cities, towns and neighborhoods to become financially strong and resilient.
Site - inhabitat.com
About Site - Inhabitat.com is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future.
Site - urbanland.uli.org
About Site - Urban Land Magazine is the flagship publication of the Urban Land Institute, a member-based organization with global headquarters in Washington, D.C. Popular features include ULX, Developments, Trends, Awards, and other topics on the built environment, urbanism and commercial real estate.
Site - humantransit.org
Portland when not traveling
About Site - I’m Jarrett Walker, and this is my professional blog. Since 1991 I’ve been a consulting transit planner, helping to design transit networks and policies for a huge range of communities. My goal here is to start conversations about how transit works, and how we can use it to create better cities and towns.
Site - seattletransitblog.com
About Site - Seattle Transit Blog is an independent, award-winning publication covering transit and land use issues in Seattle and the Puget Sound area since 2007.
Site - landezine.com
About Site - Landezine was started in June of 2009. Since then it has been showcasing landscape architecture projects made by landscape architects and architects from around the globe. Today, Landezine is internationally renowned landscape architecture website and one of the most visible in the profession.
Site - pps.org/blog
New York City
About Site - Project for Public Spaces (PPS) is the central hub of the global Placemaking movement, connecting people to ideas, expertise, and partners who share a passion for creating vital places.
Site - newgeography.com/blogs
About Site - NewGeography.com is a site devoted to analyzing and discussing the places where we live and work. We want to know not only what is happening, but also how you, your company and your community can best adapt to rapidly changing conditions. We welcome your writing, your thoughts on the site, and your insights on economic development, metropolitan demographics, and community leadership.
Site - ideas.swagroup.com
About Site - IDEAS blog by SWA Group is a place to explore, share, and document our thinking, work, and current research. They explore several new and long-standing concepts in landscape architecture, planning, and urban design from the creation of great urban landscapes, urban ecologies, and landscape infrastructure.
Site - urbanophile.com
About Site - Aaron M. Renn is a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and an opinion-leading urban analyst, writer, and speaker on a mission to help America’s cities thrive and find sustainable success in the 21st century.
Site - urbdezine.com
About Site - UrbDeZine is an award winning blog, forum, and news site for urbanists. UrbDeZine is for If you like architecture, urban planning, walkable neighborhoods, complete streets, public transit, bicycles and other active transit, historic preservation, halting or reversing climate change, tactical urbanism and much more.
About Site - What started as a platform to collect the most important information to help architects create better architecture, became a fast growing technology company that delivers inspiration, tools and knowledge to the 10 million architects that visit and use ArchDaily each month. We are proudly driven to help architects design a better world.
Site - theurbanist.org
Seattle and Puget Sound Region
About Site - The Urbanist was founded in early 2014 in order to examine and influence urban policies. We believe that cities provide unique opportunities for addressing many of the most difficult problems we face. Our website serves as a resource for promoting and disseminating ideas, creating community, and improving the places we live in.
Site - bldgblog.com
About Site - BLDGBLOG (“building blog”) was launched in 2004 and is written by Geoff Manaugh. In addition to this site, I’m the author of two books—the New York Times-bestselling A Burglar’s Guide to the City and The BLDGBLOG Book—as well as editor of a third, Landscape Futures: Instruments, Devices and Architectural Inventions.
Site - spacing.ca/urban-design
About Site - Spacing covers Canadian urbansim in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Edmonton, Ottawa, & east coast cities. The topics ranges from Architecture, Urban Deisgn, Public Transit, City Hall, Parks, Walking, Bikes, Streetscape, History, Waterfront, Maps, Public Spaces
Site - secondavenuesagas.com
New York City
About Site - Second Ave. Sagas is the premier news blog for all things New York City subways. It is the home for news, views and commentary on the subway system, MTA and transportation in New York City.
Site - popupcity.net
About Site - Golfstromen is an Amsterdam-based urban design and communications agency that launched Pop-Up City in 2008, out of a fascination for the ways in which citizens, organizations, enterprises, and governments were coming up with creative and flexible solutions to deal with this new urban dynamic.
Site - urbansplash.co.uk/blog
About Site - The mission of the Urban Splash is to use quality architectural design to breathe new life into old buildings and regeneration areas, making them great places to live and work.
Site - cityfarmer.info
Vancouver, BC, Canada
About Site - City Farmer News links to stories about urban agriculture from around the world. City Farmer was founded in 2009 as a gathering place to realize our mission; to engage, motivate and inspire urban dwellers to garden, eat better and teach their children to follow; and to create an identity that says it all in two words.
Site - theglobalgrid.org
About Site - The Global Grid is a platform dedicated to providing unique hyperlocal urbanist news from around the world. Using their insights from local culture, politics, religion and context, our team provides local perspectives to global themes. You’ll find the latest developments in urban planning, architecture, landscape architecture and engineering, here, every weekday.
Site - urban-hub.com
About Site - URBAN HUB is an interactive platform for people working on the future of cities and mobility. We collect personal stories about urban landmarks and future ideas for the sustainable development of cities worldwide.
Site - buildingsaltlake.com
Salt Lake City Utah
About Site - Building Salt Lake is the premiere source for urban development news happening along the Wasatch Front. Because smart growth starts with us, Building Salt Lake seeks to engage readers and encourage its audience to become active participants in the development of their communities.
Site - urbanomnibus.net/forum
New York, NY
About Site - Urban Omnibus is an online publication of the Architectural League of New York dedicated to defining and enriching the culture of citymaking. We explore projects and perspectives in architecture, art, policy, and activism – tried and tested in New York City – that offer new ways of understanding, representing, and improving urban life and landscape worldwide.
Site - meetingoftheminds.org
San Francisco, CA
About Site - Meeting of the Minds brings together urban sustainability and technology leaders to share knowledge and build lasting alliances. We foster person-to-person and city-to-city learning by spotlighting projects and practitioners working on urban solutions.
Site - pricetags.wordpress.com
About Site - The Blog on the urban issues by the Gordon Price Gordon. He is a regular lecturer on transportation and land use for the City of Portland, Oregon and Portland State University. He also sits on the board of the Sightline Institute, based in Seattle.
Site - marketurbanism.com
About Site - The term “Market Urbanism” refers to the synthesis of free-market economics and ethics, with an appreciation of the urban way of life and its benefits to society. Believe it or not, free-markets and urbanism go well together - take a read...
Site - urbancincy.com
About Site - UrbanCincy has served as the source for news on Cincinnati’s dynamic urban core. UrbanCincy’s team offers a unique collection of professional perspectives that make the website a destination for diverse ideas and engaging conversation. In addition to original news content, our bi-weekly podcast, photographs, videos and events make UrbanCincy.com the region’s premier urban lifestyle website.
Site - gcbl.org/blog
About Site - The GreenCityBlueLake Institute is the sustainability center of The Cleveland Museum of Natural History. We believe that on rapidly urbanizing planet Earth, the key to sustainability is the development of ecological cities where people can live healthy lives with reduced environmental footprints.
Site - sandiego.urbdezine.com
About Site - Urbderzine is about Urban Design Development Economics Community authored by Bill Adams. He has been involved with land use and urban renewal for nearly 25 years, both as a professional and as a personal passion.
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Site - toposmagazine.com
About Site - Topos is the definitive international publication about landscape architecture and urban design. Topos covers a broad range of topics and scales, from urban landscapes to rural areas, from infrastructure to gardens.
Site - placemakers.com/placeshakers
U.S. and Canada
About Site - PlaceShakers and Newsmakers is PlaceMakers’ online mouthpiece. Our opportunity to share perspective and engage in the discussion of ideas. Because of the work we do, we spend our days in the company of urban designers, architects, civic boosters, enviros, developers, politicos, city staffers, preservationists, community activists.
Site - vivanext.com/blog
York Region, Ontario
About Site - Whether it is an update on our project, info about an upcoming event, or a look at smart growth planning in York Region, this blog is intended to be a touchpoint between vivaNext HQ and you.
Site - danielkayhertz.com
About Site - I am a Senior Policy Analyst at the Chicago-based Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, and write about urban issues here and in several other publications, including City Observatory.
About Site - This is an urban design, architecture and cities blog exploring design, art, culture, planning, transportation and cultural landscapes. Articles from this blog have been published on ArchDaily, Jan Gehl's blog, Sustainable Cities, Project for Public Spaces, the NOMA magazine and elsewhere.
Washington, DC, United States
About Site - I am an urban/commercial district revitalization and transportation/mobility advocate and consultant. Urban economic competitiveness is dependent on efficient transit and mixed use, compact places. Therefore, I end up writing mostly about mobility and urban design authored by Richard Laymen.
Site - uq-urbanplanning.org
About Site - Urban Planning is concerned with improving built and natural environments. UQ|UP is part of the the leading School of Earth and Environmental Sciences (SEES) at the University of Queensland – a university in the world’s top 50 and one of Australia’s Group of Eight. We are located in Brisbane, a beautiful subtropical city on Australia’s east coast.
About Site - Environmental planner, earth lover, and just a girl who likes to write. So here's my take on the studies and practice of urban and regional planning authored by Ragene Andrea Palma
Site - cornersideyard.blogspot.com
About Site - I've been a planner for more than 20 years now, based in Chicago. I've had the opportunity to work in the private, public and nonprofit sectors. Currently I'm a planning consultant. My bonafides: I have a bachelors in urban planning from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, and a masters in urban planning and policy from the Universsity of Illinois at Chicago.
Site - urbanchoreography.net
About Site - Exploring how we create an enhanced user experience in leisure, retail, urban and landscape environments and collaborate together to build our common future authored by Landscape Architect DonovanGillman specializing in the experience design of Retail, Leisure, Urban , Landscape Environments.
Site - theblackurbanist.com/blog
DC proper, NC native via KC
About Site - Black Urbanist is a forum about ideas, for solutions , ideas and for dreams about what our cities, our diverse cities, and all the places that support them, can be.
Site - cur.org.au/category/blog
About Site - CUR is located at RMIT University’s City campus and has strong links with urban researchers and centres across Australia and internationally. CUR is strongly committed to interdisciplinary research, with staff expertise in urban planning, public policy geography, economics, environmental sciences, spatial analysis, history, and sociology.
Site - petergordonsblog.com
About Site - A blog exploring the intersection of economic thinking and urban planning/real estate development and related big-think themes.Gordon's research interests are in applied urban economics.
Site - liveablecities.org.au
About Site - The 10th Making Cities Liveable Conference is a platform for government, academic and industry professionals to discuss public health, sustainability, natural resource management, transport, climate change, urban design, biosecurity and more.
Site - midiariourbano.blogspot.com
About Site - Degree in Socio-territorial Studies in the UAM-Cuajimalpa and Urbanism in the UAA. Currently, candidate for Master in Planning and Metropolitan Politics authored by José Manuel Landin.
Site - joelcayford.blogspot.com
About Site - Joel is a Strategic Planner specializing in urban, infrastructure, and economic development planning policy. He has provided advice to project teams wanting a critical review of work in progress, or requiring a 'challenge team' input. In Auckland, Joel has taken a leading role in public policy decisions influencing transport, urban form and development, waterfront development and much more.
Site - civicblogger.blogspot.com
About Site - Civic Blogger is about sharing information on Planning, citizen engagement, design, and organizational development. This is not about simply informing Planners, Politicians & the Public, but empowerment with tools that can steer outcomes authored by Robert Voigt. He is often invited speak at local, national and international events on urban design, community engagement and active transportation.
Site - urbanrightsblog.com
About Site - Urban Rights Blog was created by Jordan Cosby, an urban planning graduate student at the Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, New York University. The blog chronicles her interest in the struggle over the people’s right to public space.
About Site - Michael Geller is a Vancouver based architect, planner, real estate consultant and property developer with four decades’ experience in the public, private and institutional sectors.
Site - carfreeamerica.net
Dallas via Baltimore
About Site - Articles on City Planning, Transportation Policy and Sustainability by Mark R. Brown, AICP, PTP, a city planner and complete streets designer who has been car free since 2010.
Site - pdxshoupistas.com/posts
About Site - Professor Donald Shoup is a retired Distinguished Professor of Urban Planning from UCLA. For almost 40 years he has been promoting parking policy that leads to less automobile cruising, more affordable housing, a better allocation of the right of way, and safer streets and sidewalks. His seminal publication The High Cost of Free Parking has influenced thousands of urban planners and politicians.
Ann Arbor, MI
About Site - The Agora Journal of Urban Planning and Design is a student-operated annual publication of the University of Michigan. Based in Taubman College, the journal publishes student work from a wide range of disciplines, and provides an opportunity for members of the campus community to share perspectives on a variety of urban issues, including those that affect the region, the state, and the planet.
Site - urbanplanningblog.com
About Site - My name is Pratik Mhatre. I have a Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Science program from Texas A&M University, College Station. Through this blog, I hope to engage in discussion on trends in urban planning and design. I will also pen down my personal thoughts and opinions.
Site - theoverheadwire.blogspot.com
About Site - The Overhead Wire is a consulting firm owned and operated by Jeff Wood in San Francisco California. Their projects include podcasts such as the weekly Talking Headways on Streetsblog, news sites, cartography and data analysis, and research on transit modes and land use strategies.
Site - ceosforcities.org/blog
About Site - CEOs for Cities is a national nonprofit that connects change makers across sectors generations to create the most dynamic city learning network in the country.
About Site - Urban Design Associates is an award-winning AIA residential architect in Scottsdale Arizona, offers luxury custom architectural design and development services.
About Site - Hashtag Urbanism is a city blog that aims to create and curate all content that can be tagged with the #urbanism. Through our posts, we aim to highlight how one encounters design and architecture in simple ways in a city and its potential in transforming our perceptions of the place. Based in Chennai, Hashtag Urbanism is also a chronicler of all stories that make this beautiful city what it is.
Site - nclurbandesign.org/blog
About Site - Welcome to our blog! We are a group of postgraduate students studying Urban Design at Newcastle University with backgrounds consisting of Architecture, Urban Planning and Landscape. We are a diverse cohort coming from India, China, Malaysia, Turkey and England, and we are going to share a variety of elements of urban design.