Planners Feeling Tension Between Disruption And Convention

BY: JOSH STEPHENS December 2, 2015 Cultural changes and ‘disruptions’ created by the ‘sharing’ economy are challenging planners just as they’re challenging their own competitors. Bill Fulton assesses the brave new world that might liberate planners—or befuddle them. “Planners, for the most part, write and implement regulations that seek to plan for and control land uses. … More Planners Feeling Tension Between Disruption And Convention

Transportation Reauthorization Now a Done Deal

By: IRVIN DAWID December 3, 2015 The plan, now five years rather than six, still needs the sign-offs from both chambers before being sent to the president for his signature on Friday according to POLITICO. Ironically, another extension will be needed to allow a signing ceremony. The name of the 1301-page, $305 billion, 5-year bill is the … More Transportation Reauthorization Now a Done Deal