New Urban News has been covering New Urbanism, smart growth, and walkable communities since 1996. The New Urban Network website was launched in 2010 with the goal of being an essential resource on these topics. Find articles, videos, and resources on places, news/opinions, tools, and special topics as well as connect with other professionals and researchers.
"To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the American planning movement, the American Planning Association has created a list of the books essential to planning. These essential books come from every decade starting in 1909, the date of the first national planning conference."
A public-interest information exchange provided by Urban Insight for the urban planning, design, and development community. It is a one-stop source for urban planning news, commentary, interviews, event coverage, book reviews, announcements, jobs, consultant listings, training, and more.
CNT is a creative think-and-do tank that combines rigorous research with effective solutions. CNT works across disciplines and issues, including transportation and community development, energy, water, and climate change.
A San Francisco-based nonprofit organization founded in 1993 that works with architects, developers, planners, and others involved in the creation of cities and towns, teaching them how to implement the principles of the New Urbanism. These principles include coherent regional planning, walkable neighborhoods, and attractive, accommodating civic spaces.
The SGN is a forum for: raising public awareness of how growth can improve community quality of life; promoting smart growth best practices; developing and sharing information, innovative policies, tools and ideas; cultivating strategies to address barriers to and advance opportunities for smart growth.
The Center for Cities & Schools works to promote high quality education as an essential component of urban and metropolitan vitality to create equitable, healthy and sustainable cities and schools for all. The Center is housed at the Institute of Urban and Regional Development (IURD), UC Berkeley.