There are some great statistics that really help make the case for protected bike lanes, came across this article the other day … Florida should really take a look! Don’t listen to the angry drivers shouting at you. By reducing pedestrian and cyclist injuries … Continue reading New York City’s Protected Bike Lanes Have Actually Sped Up Its Car Traffic
After the attacks in Paris on 11/13/2015, many people have come to call for the US to restrict refugees from coming to America. A number of state governors are pandering to calls. More than a dozen US states say Syrian refugees are no longer welcome … Continue reading Refugees are Human Beings!
We are so close to this goal. We should not change our focus before we meet it. By Elisha Harig-Blaine Since the numbers for the 2013 Point-in- Time (PIT) survey conducted for the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) were released, there has … Continue reading How Can We End Homelessness? Let’s Start—and Finish—With Veterans
Federal funding to end veteran homelessness has had a real impact, but a nationwide shortage of affordable housing could make its success temporary. By Maria Foscarinis In 2010, the Obama administration announced a Federal Plan to End Homelessness. Developed by the U.S. Interagency Council on … Continue reading Without More Affordable Housing, Veteran Homelessness Will Return
BY BRYCE COVERT On Veterans Day, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) and President Obama announced that the state is the first in the country to end veteran homelessness. That means that every veteran who wants housing has been offered a place after the state says … Continue reading This State Just Became The First To House All Its Homeless Veterans
Millennials are seen as the technology generation. It is new tech that will push the envelope and continue to create new ways to interact and cooperate. It is amazing that something like a Lego can bridge a gap and help encourage interaction between Planners and the community. This takes planning to a … Continue reading Using Legos as a Legitimate Urban Planning Tool
Sea level change is not just an issue for Florida. Some estimates have as much as 40% of the current U.S. population in direct harm from changing seas over the next 50 years. Joey Flechas and Jenny Staletovich are the authors of a series of … Continue reading URGENT! The Battle for South Florida…