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In 1937 planner Earle Draper said: "diffusion is too kind of word. ... In bursting its bounds, the city actually sprawled and made the countryside ugly". Today the problem is much the same, all over the affluent and developing world


Rahim, Saqib (21.07.2011)
Millions of Californians want an alternative to sprawl, and SB375 could work in that direction, but will just building high-speed trains be enough? The New York Times, July 19, 2011
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Chianello, Joanne (16.07.2011)
Growing cities can or cannot handle their own planning affairs? Council faces constant OMB land quandary.The Ottawa Citizen, July 13, 2011
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Fontinelle, Amy (29.06.2011)
There comes a time when we must make a conscious choice between living in the suburbs and living in the city. Both have their pros and cons, the ideal situation will depend on each individual. Investopedia, June 22, 2011
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Kunstler, James Howard (29.06.2011)
A road map for tomorrow's cities: the infatuation with technomagic in our visions of the future city has paradoxically produced places with no magic at all.Orion,July-August 2011
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Shiloh, Shanee (24.06.2011)
Kibbutzim are expanding and building new neighborhoods on their outskirts; but do buyers get a rural community and great schools, or just a garden and a longer commute? Ha’aretz, June 21, 2011
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Alpert, David (10.06.2011)
If we double the radius of a region, we're quadrupling the area. And the average person suddenly lives twice as far from their job and has to drive twice.The Washington Post, June 9, 2011
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Lindsay, Greg (10.06.2011)
Autonomous vehicles are a vision of the future, making commuting a dream, but revitalizing suburbs where do they really take us? Fast Company, June 9, 2011
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Derounian, James (10.06.2011)
One in four of England's rural households lives in poverty – unlike the popular myth. And social engineering to preserve mixed communities against a rapacious market doesn’t seem to work.The Guardian, June 9, 2011
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Milmo, Cahal (08.06.2011)
London property mogul opens secure estate aimed at A-listers in rural Gloucestershire, that is to say a walled ghetto for a privileged few. The Independent, June 7, 2011
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Migdail-Smith, Liam (08.06.2011)
Why issues usually associated with the city crop up in unexpected places? Because actually they are not at all unexpected, of course. The Reading Eagle, June 6, 2011
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Baeb, Eddie (02.06.2011)
Companies seeking to tap a broader talent pool and get into the flow of innovation are looking back to the urban core.Crain, May 30, 2011
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If the cost of extended roads and pipes was fully reflected in tolls, water rates and drainage levies, the city might become more compact.New Zealand Herald, May 31, 2011
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How to find creative and innovative solutions to space requirements out of the established business district of the city centre. Manchester Evening News, May 26, 2011
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Steeter, Angel (27.05.2011)
Today too many barriers separate potential bus riders from getting to the State Road: entire corridor being redesigned for pedestrians, public transportation. Sun Sentinel, May 25, 2011
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Flint, Anthony (26.05.2011)
Despite programs to encourage sustainable development, like Chapter 40-R, we are anything but progressive when it comes to land use law.Boston Globe, May 24, 2001
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Baume, Matt (02.05.2011)
Environmentalactivists plan to save the former salt ponds, while new urbanism founder Peter Calthorpe believes that a “sustainable” development provides multiple benefits. Grist, April 2011
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Panova, Kateryna (30.04.2011)
After a severe drop during the 2009 global recession, suburban development in Ukraine grew a bit last year, and is expected to do even better this year. Kyiv Post, April 28, 2011
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Benfield, Kaid (28.04.2011)
Times have changed, and the key assumptions that encouraged decades of urban sprawl no longer hold true. Welcome to the era of smart, green growth. The Atlantic, April 25, 2011
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King, Bill (28.04.2011)
Every rural and every inner-city district is significantly under its ideal population and virtually every suburban district is over, and that means a revolution in the electoral landscape.Houston Chronicle, April 27, 2011
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Leinberger, Christopher B. (22.04.2011)
Census figures shine the light on the terms “city” and “suburb”--neither of which are the keys to understanding today’s built environment. The New Republic, April 20, 2011
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