Publications

Keeping Lancaster Current

2018 Publications


  • June 5, 2018

    Preliminary Public Draft of Places2040 Now Available
    Pennsylvania’s Population Increase in 2017 Was the Most Dramatic in Five Years
    What Makes Smart Growth “Smart”?
    Beyond the Jobs Versus Amenities Debate: Understanding the Migration of Educated Workers and Implications for Planning
    Raising the Meal Tax To Pay For Affordable Housing

  • May 16, 2018

    Why This State Thinks Engineers Can Save Pedestrians’ Lives
    Buses Are Under Threat, And Cities With Them
    KC Streetcar: A Demonstration Of The Possible

  • May 2, 2018

    Is America Facing A Housing Shortage?
    Lean Development Codes: Pink, Pocket and Smart
    Eyes From the Street: The Neighborhood Fabric That Matters
    More 20-Somethings Living With Their Parents Than Any Year Since the 1940s

  • April 12, 2018

    U.S. Population Disperses To Suburbs, Exurbs, Rural Areas, and “Middle of the Country” Metros
    Building A Connected City From the Ground Up
    The Benefits of Bike Trails
    Balancing Development and Protection Workshop

  • March 13, 2018

    Autonomous Vehicles Are Just Around the Corner
    Ten Rules For Cities About Automated Vehicles
    Fair Housing Summit 2018
    Hourglass Invites Thomas L. Friedman to Lancaster

  • February 20, 2018

    Twelve Steps of Sprawl Recovery
    The Hourglass Invites Thomas L. Friedman to Lancaster
    Form-Based Codes Institute a New Program of Smart Growth America

  • January 30, 2018

    The Hourglass Invites Thomas L. Friedman to Lancaster
    10 Principles Toward More Sharing and Less Sprawl
    Water Affordability Is Not Just A Local Challenge, But A Federal One Too
    Walkable Is Good, ‘Sit-Able’ Is Better
    Fun Parking Facts

  • January 15, 2018

    Seven Big Takeaways For Metro America In 2017
    700 Homes in 5 Years: Homeownership Initiative Raises $24 Million To Help Low-Income Families
    No Place to Call Home: A Review of “Homeless: Poverty and Place in Urban America
    Most Planning Development Tools Survive in Tax Reform Compromise
    Reclaiming Streets for People