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How Commuters Get Railroaded by Cities

By Joel Kotkin — With more than $10 billion already invested, and much more on the way, some now believe that Los Angeles and Southern California are on the way to becoming...
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China’s Planned City Bubble Is About to Pop—and Even You’ll Feel It

By Joel Kotkin and Wendell Cox — U.S. housing planners have long ignored the public’s desire for...
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How California Could Have Avoided Its Epic Water Crisis

By Alex Manning — California's water crisis is the disaster everybody saw coming but nobody had the political will to stop: Joel Kotkin discusses the Golden State disaster...
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How to Develop Detroit

By Rick Harrison — Detroit's downtown is gentrifying— or, to be more accurate, a very small portion...
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Maximizing Opportunity with Robin Hood Planning

By Tory Gattis — How enlightened planners can be champions...
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Gattis: MetroRail - the good, the bad and the ugly

By Tory Gattis New rail lines show value but also gaps in…
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California is so Over

By Joel Kotkin: California has met the future, and it really…
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Is Suburbia Crashing? Suburban Traffic Myths Refuted

By Fanis Grammenos and Tom Kerwin Traffic crashes are a cause…
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Does Fast-Growing Houston Need A Master Plan?

By Scott Beyer Contributor It was only a matter of time.…