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Planetizen contemporary debates in urban planning / edited by Abhijeet Chavan, Christian Peralta, Christopher Steins.

Contributor(s): Chavan, Abhijeet | Peralta, Christian | Steins, Christopher.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Washington, DC : Island Press, c2007Description: xvii, 183 p. : ill., map. ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781597261333 (paperback); 1597261335 (paperback); 9781435664043 (electronic bk.); 1435664043 (electronic bk.); 9781597269247 (electronic bk.); 1597269247 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Cities and towns -- United States -- Growth | City planning -- United States | Regional planning -- United States | Mixed-use developments -- United States | Sustainable development -- United States | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Regional Planning | Cities and towns -- Growth | City planning | Mixed-use developments | Regional planning | Sustainable development | United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Planetizen contemporary debates in urban planning.DDC classification: 307.1216 CHA Online resources: Image
Contents:
Section 1: Sprawl v. Smart Growth -- A tipping point-but now the hard part / Anthony Flint -- The argument against smart growth / Wendell Cox -- Prescription for urban sprawl: adapting smart growth strategies to a big city / Michael Woo -- Can't smart growth and sprawl just get along? / Rick Bishop -- How we pay for growth / William Fulton -- What is the new suburbanism? / Joel Kotkin -- Zoning in a time warp: the coming 'oversupply' of single family homes / Harriet Tregoning -- Preserving the American dream by cost not coercion / Randal O'Toole -- Section 2: Transportation -- Ten keys To walkable communities / Daniel Burden -- The price of parking on great streets / Donald C. Shoup -- The pricing revolution on the roads / Peter Samuel -- How temporal use of streets can be a catalyst for change / Kenneth Kruckemeyer -- Making TODs work: lessons from Portland's Orenco Station / Michael Mehaffy -- Section Three: Urban Design -- Planning for the public realm / Alex Garvin -- Making better places: ten city design resolutions / Jeff Speck -- Principles essential to the renewal of architecture / Andr©♭s Duany -- Why new urbanism fails / Christopher DeWolfe -- Urban parks: innovate or stagnate / Fred Kent -- Section Four: Disaster Planning -- Recovering New Orleans / Thomas J. Campanella -- The end of tall buildings / James Howard Kunstler and Nikos A. Salingaros -- Fortifying America: planning for fear / Edward J. Blakely -- Planning for post-disaster recovery / Robert B. Olshansky -- Section Five: Society and Planning -- Is gentrification really a threat? / John Norquist -- Gentrification reality tour: neither benign nor benevolent / Charles Shaw -- Is Kelo good for urban planning? / Samuel R. Staley -- Bring schools back into walkable neighborhoods / Constance E. Beaumont -- The Lone Mountain Compact: a debate on Libertarian planning principles / C. Kenneth Orski, G.B. Arrington, Patrick Condon, and John H. Hooker.
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Includes index.

Section 1: Sprawl v. Smart Growth -- A tipping point-but now the hard part / Anthony Flint -- The argument against smart growth / Wendell Cox -- Prescription for urban sprawl: adapting smart growth strategies to a big city / Michael Woo -- Can't smart growth and sprawl just get along? / Rick Bishop -- How we pay for growth / William Fulton -- What is the new suburbanism? / Joel Kotkin -- Zoning in a time warp: the coming 'oversupply' of single family homes / Harriet Tregoning -- Preserving the American dream by cost not coercion / Randal O'Toole -- Section 2: Transportation -- Ten keys To walkable communities / Daniel Burden -- The price of parking on great streets / Donald C. Shoup -- The pricing revolution on the roads / Peter Samuel -- How temporal use of streets can be a catalyst for change / Kenneth Kruckemeyer -- Making TODs work: lessons from Portland's Orenco Station / Michael Mehaffy -- Section Three: Urban Design -- Planning for the public realm / Alex Garvin -- Making better places: ten city design resolutions / Jeff Speck -- Principles essential to the renewal of architecture / Andr©♭s Duany -- Why new urbanism fails / Christopher DeWolfe -- Urban parks: innovate or stagnate / Fred Kent -- Section Four: Disaster Planning -- Recovering New Orleans / Thomas J. Campanella -- The end of tall buildings / James Howard Kunstler and Nikos A. Salingaros -- Fortifying America: planning for fear / Edward J. Blakely -- Planning for post-disaster recovery / Robert B. Olshansky -- Section Five: Society and Planning -- Is gentrification really a threat? / John Norquist -- Gentrification reality tour: neither benign nor benevolent / Charles Shaw -- Is Kelo good for urban planning? / Samuel R. Staley -- Bring schools back into walkable neighborhoods / Constance E. Beaumont -- The Lone Mountain Compact: a debate on Libertarian planning principles / C. Kenneth Orski, G.B. Arrington, Patrick Condon, and John H. Hooker.

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