Tag Archives: urban planning

Designing for the Driverless Age

What do cities look like when driverless cars are widespread? What are the implications for real estate? This extensive report by the Urban Land Institute forecasts some of the changes we might see when car ownership and human-driven vehicles are on the decline. Here are a few interesting factoids from the report: The need for parking–which accounts [...]

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Cities Alive: Towards a Walking World

How, in an increasingly crowded world, do we create cities which thrive? A recent report by the global engineering consulting firm ARUP provides a compelling view into a future where walkability is the single most powerful transformer of the way we live and interact. “Cities Alive: Towards a walking world” is a free download and [...]

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