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June 20, 2019

Lack of Adequate Community Planning—Not NIMBYs—Drives Opposition to New Development

TPR revisits a timely—but two-year-old—conversation between Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Christopher Hawthorne from a “3rd LA” gathering at Occidental College on growth, density, and supportive infrastructure.

June 20, 2019

‘Baking-In’ Equity at Metro: USC’s Manuel Pastor & Vanessa Carter

Distinguished Professor of Sociology at USC Dornsife, Manuel Pastor, and Senior Data Analyst and co-author, Vanessa Carter, discuss how Metro can ensure that equity is baked into—not sprinkled on—the public transit system in Los Angeles going forward.

June 17, 2019

Ford City of Tomorrow Symposium: The Crowded Curb

As part of TPR’s ongoing coverage on the reimagination of streets and curbsides, we present the following conversation on from the Ford City of Tomorrow Symposium on the crowded curb and how we share space in the age of on-demand everythin

June 17, 2019

Minneapolis’s Residential Upzoning Risks Unintended Consequences: Alissa Luepke Pier

Minneapolis City Planning Commissioner Alissa Luepke-Pier shares the potential unintended consequences of the city's "bold" move to eliminate single-family zoning.

June 17, 2019

Wiener's SB 592: A WIMBY 'Snake in the Grass'

Hydee Feldstein reveals the sweeping impacts of Senator Scott Wiener's SB 592, another attempt to wrest planning and zoning control from cities.

June 13, 2019

MWD Achieves Consensus on Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan

Metropolitan Water District General Manager Jeffrey Kightlinger provides an update on the pressing water supply issues affecting Southern California.

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