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From Research to Results: The Next Wave of Tools For Planning Resilient Cities

How do leaders create resilient cities— those that are able to adapt to changes and disturbances, whether they be natural disasters, econo...

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Map of the Month: Redlining Louisville

Redlining, the denial of services or the refusal to grant loans or insurance to certain neighborhoods based on racial and socioeconomic di...

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Measuring Community Vitality Through the ‘Great Streets’ of Los Angeles

Neighborhood main streets, or corridors, are at the heart of daily urban life, connecting us to the local businesses, resources, and people that form...

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Where is Gentrification Happening in Your City?

Gentrification—demographic and physical changes in neighborhoods that bring in wealthier residents, greater investment, and more development—has becom...

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How Government’s Data Can Be Truly Useable

In honor of the recent Open Data Day, here's what might seem a counterintuitive suggestion: Let's stop celebrating open data. Why? A little history:...

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