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Volume 86, issue 2, 2020

In Defense of the Generalist Journal pp. 139-141 Downloads
Ann Forsyth
Whiteness and Urban Planning pp. 142-156 Downloads
Edward G. Goetz, Rashad A. Williams and Anthony Damiano
Gender Dynamics in the Planning Workplace pp. 157-170 Downloads
Marisa Turesky and Mildred E. Warner
Do Neighborhood Walkability, Transit, and Parks Relate to Residents’ Life Satisfaction? pp. 171-187 Downloads
Deirdre Pfeiffer, Meagan M. Ehlenz, Riley Andrade, Scott Cloutier and Kelli L. Larson
Planning the Green New Deal: Climate Justice and the Politics of Sites and Scales pp. 188-195 Downloads
Kian Goh
Where Should We Have the Meeting? pp. 196-207 Downloads
Mattijs Van Maasakkers and Jeeson Oh
Negotiation or Schedule-Based? pp. 208-221 Downloads
Minjee Kim
Trade Uber for the Bus? pp. 222-235 Downloads
Xiaoxia Dong
Guidelines for a Polycentric Region to Reduce Vehicle Use and Increase Walking and Transit Use pp. 236-249 Downloads
Keunhyun Park, Reid Ewing, Sadegh Sabouri, Dong-ah Choi, Shima Hamidi and Guang Tian
Modeling Sustainability Scenarios in the Baltimore–Washington (DC) Region pp. 250-263 Downloads
Gerrit-Jan Knaap, Daniel Engelberg, Uri Avin, Sevgi Erdogan, Fred Ducca, Timothy F. Welch, Nicholas Finio, Rolf Moeckel and Harutyun Shahumyan
Knowing What Land Use Regulations Localities Have “On the Books†Can Reveal Regulatory Stringency—And Much More pp. 264-265 Downloads
Rolf Pendall
What Planners Do Know: Their Community’s Culture pp. 265-266 Downloads
Linda C. Dalton
What’s Wrong With Objective Questions? pp. 267-268 Downloads
Ned Levine
Planning Knowledge and the Regulatory Hydra pp. 268-269 Downloads
Paavo Monkkonen and Michael Manville
Lewis and Marantz’s “What Planners Knowâ€: A Springboard for Further Analysis pp. 269-270 Downloads
Dave Guyadeen
A Response to Comments on “What Planners Know: Using Surveys About Local Land Use Regulation to Understand Housing Development†pp. 270-271 Downloads
Paul G. Lewis and Nicholas J. Marantz
Notes From the Review Editor pp. 272-273 Downloads
Gerardo Francisco Sandoval
Fishman: Bike Share pp. 274-275 Downloads
Bert van Wee
Shoup: Parking and the City pp. 275-276 Downloads
David A. King
Garvin: The Heart of the City: Creating Vibrant Downtowns for a New Century pp. 276-277 Downloads
Peter Hendee Brown
Wolfe: Urbanism Without Effort: Reconnecting With First Principles of the City pp. 277-278 Downloads
Floyd Lapp
Sagalyn: Power at Ground Zero: Politics, Money, and the Remaking of Lower Manhattan pp. 278-280 Downloads
Michael B. Teitz

Volume 86, issue 1, 2020

A Point of View in Planning pp. 1-2 Downloads
Ann Forsyth
Historic Infrastructure Left Behind: Should Urban Planners Protect Streets and Blocks? pp. 3-10 Downloads
Brenda Case Scheer
Understanding the Legacy of Pedestrian Malls pp. 11-24 Downloads
Dave Amos
How Do Homeowners Associations Regulate Residential Landscapes? pp. 25-38 Downloads
V. Kelly Turner and Matthew Stiller
Seven Principles of Strong Climate Change Planning pp. 39-46 Downloads
Sara Meerow and Sierra C. Woodruff
“Urban Farming Is Going High Tech†pp. 47-59 Downloads
Michael Carolan
When Do Plans Matter? pp. 60-74 Downloads
Lu Liao, Mildred E. Warner and George C. Homsy
Affordable Housing, Disasters, and Social Equity pp. 75-88 Downloads
Aditi Mehta, Mark Brennan and Justin Steil
Energy Cost Burdens for Low-Income and Minority Households pp. 89-105 Downloads
Constantine E. Kontokosta, Vincent J. Reina and Bartosz Bonczak
It’s Time to End Single-Family Zoning pp. 106-112 Downloads
Michael Manville, Paavo Monkkonen and Michael Lens
Death to Single-Family Zoning…and New Life to the Missing Middle pp. 113-119 Downloads
Jake Wegmann
The View From Minneapolis: Comments on “Death to Single-Family Zoning†and “It’s Time to End Single-Family Zoning†pp. 120-120 Downloads
Paul Mogush and Heather Worthington
Ending Single-Family Zoning: Is There a Plan B? pp. 121-122 Downloads
Glen Searle and Peter Phibbs
Not a Matter of Choice: Eliminating Single-Family Zoning pp. 122-122 Downloads
Anaid Yerena
Calls to End All Single-Family Zoning Need More Scrutiny pp. 123-124 Downloads
Arnab Chakraborty
Eliminating Existing Single-Family Zoning Is a Mistake pp. 124-125 Downloads
Lane Kendig
Though Rumors of Its Demise Might Be Exaggerated… pp. 125-126 Downloads
Gerritt Knaap and Nicholas Finio
The Detached Single-Family Home Genie and Its Bottle pp. 126-127 Downloads
Harley F. Etienne
Last Thoughts From Manville, Monkkonen, and Lens pp. 127-128 Downloads
Michael Manville, Paavo Monkkonen and Michael Lens
Last Thoughts From Wegmann pp. 128-128 Downloads
Jacob Wegmann
Notes From the Review Editor pp. 129-130 Downloads
Gerardo Francisco Sandoval
Pemberton: Rural Regeneration in the UK pp. 131-132 Downloads
Michael Hibbard
Chapple and Loukaitou-Sideris: Transit-Oriented Displacement or Community Dividends? Understanding the Effects of Smarter Growth on Communities pp. 132-133 Downloads
Adam Millard-Ball
Ash: Chicago Union Station pp. 133-134 Downloads
Thomas C. Cornillie
Spiers: Smarter Growth: Activism and Environmental Policy in Metropolitan Washington pp. 134-135 Downloads
Rebecca Lewis
Speck: Walkable City Rules: 101 Steps to Making Better Places pp. 136-137 Downloads
Whit Blanton

Volume 85, issue 4, 2019

Scholarly Publication in an Information Age pp. 389-392 Downloads
Ann Forsyth
Ethical Dilemmas in Professional Planning Practice in the United States pp. 393-404 Downloads
Mickey Lauria and Mellone F. Long
Using Simple, Decision-Centered, Scenario-Based Planning to Improve Local Coastal Management pp. 405-423 Downloads
Richard K. Norton, Stephen Buckman, Guy A. Meadows and Zachary Rable
Plan Implementation Challenges in a Shrinking City pp. 424-444 Downloads
Brent D. Ryan and Shuqi Gao
What Planners Know pp. 445-462 Downloads
Paul G. Lewis and Nicholas J. Marantz
Measuring the Local Economic Impacts of Replacing On-Street Parking With Bike Lanes pp. 463-481 Downloads
Daniel Arancibia, Steven Farber, Beth Savan, Yvonne Verlinden, Nancy Smith Lea, Jeff Allen and Lee Vernich
Toward a Richer Picture of the Mobility Needs of Older Americans pp. 482-500 Downloads
Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Martin Wachs and Miriam Pinski
Transportation Sustainability Follows From More People in Fewer Vehicles, Not Necessarily Automation pp. 501-510 Downloads
Louis A. Merlin
Building Water-Efficient Cities pp. 511-524 Downloads
Philip Stoker, Heejun Chang, Elizabeth Wentz, Britt Crow-Miller, Gabrielle Jehle and Matthew Bonnette
Planning Matters pp. 525-543 Downloads
Quan Yuan
Neighborhood Affordability and Housing Market Resilience pp. 544-563 Downloads
Kyungsoon Wang and Dan Immergluck
Immigrant Entrepreneurship and Economic Development pp. 564-584 Downloads
Xi Huang and Cathy Yang Liu
Notes From the Review Editor pp. 585-586 Downloads
Tim Chapin
Hertz: The Battle of Lincoln Park: Urban Renewal and Gentrification in Chicago pp. 587-588 Downloads
Dennis Gale
Vale: After the Projects: Public Housing Redevelopment and the Governance of the Poorest Americans pp. 588-589 Downloads
David Varady
Burdett and Rode (Eds.): Shaping Cities in an Urban Age pp. 590-591 Downloads
Jennifer Minner
Liptan with Santen Jr.: Sustainable Stormwater Management: A Landscape-Driven Approach to Planning and Design pp. 591-592 Downloads
Olyssa Starry
Mees: Participatory Design and Self-Building in Shared Urban Open Spaces: Community Gardens and Casitas in New York City pp. 592-593 Downloads
Micheline Nilsen
Banister: Inequality in Transport pp. 593-594 Downloads
Mahtot Gebresselassie and Thomas W. Sanchez
Kellerman: Automated and Autonomous Spatial Mobilities pp. 595-595 Downloads
William Riggs
Correction pp. 596-597 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 85, issue 3, 2019

Building a Foundation for Public Engagement in Planning pp. 183-187 Downloads
Carissa Schively Slotterback and Mickey Lauria
Building “A Ladder of Citizen Participation†pp. 188-201 Downloads
John Gaber
Can We Be Partners? pp. 202-217 Downloads
David C. Sloane, Breanna Morrison Hawkins, Jacqueline Illum, Alison Spindler and LaVonna B. Lewis
Using Arnstein’s Ladder as an Evaluative Framework for the Assessment of Participatory Work in Postdisaster Haiti pp. 219-235 Downloads
Santina Contreras
The View From the Top of Arnstein’s Ladder pp. 236-254 Downloads
Alex Karner, Keith Brower Brown, Richard Marcantonio and Louis G. Alcorn
Including Youth in the Ladder of Citizen Participation pp. 255-270 Downloads
Nisha D. Botchwey, Nick Johnson, L. Katie O’Connell and Anna J. Kim
Engaging Non-Citizens in an Age of Uncertainty pp. 271-286 Downloads
C. Aujean Lee
Who Cares? pp. 287-300 Downloads
Ward Lyles and Stacey Swearingen White
Remixing as Praxis pp. 301-320 Downloads
Andrea Roberts and Grace Kelly
Participation in Postpolitical Times pp. 321-334 Downloads
Graham Haughton and Phil McManus
From Citizen Control to Co-Production pp. 335-347 Downloads
Jovanna Rosen and Gary Painter
Jumping Off the Ladder pp. 348-362 Downloads
Allison B. Laskey and Walter Nicholls
Justice as Parity of Participation pp. 363-376 Downloads
Gwendolyn Blue, Marit Rosol and Victoria Fast
Notes From the Review Editor pp. 377-378 Downloads
Tim Chapin
Hack: Site Planning: International Practice pp. 379-380 Downloads
Alexander Garvin
Richards: Regreening the Built Environment: Nature, Green Space, and Sustainability pp. 380-381 Downloads
Chaeri Kim
Beauregard: Cities in the Urban Age: A Dissent pp. 381-382 Downloads
Michael B. Teitz
Doucet (Ed.): Why Detroit Matters: Decline, Renewal and Hope in a Divided City pp. 382-383 Downloads
Robin Boyle
Hollander: An Ordinary City: Planning for Growth and Decline in New Bedford, Massachusetts pp. 384-385 Downloads
Lisa Berglund
Goetz: The One-Way Street of Integration: Fair Housing and the Pursuit of Racial Justice in American Cities pp. 385-386 Downloads
Andrew Aurand
Sandoval-Strausz and Kwak (Eds.): Making Cities Global: The Transnational Turn in Urban History pp. 386-387 Downloads
Patricio Zambrano-Barragán

Volume 85, issue 2, 2019

Linking Research and Practice in Planning pp. 81-82 Downloads
Ann Forsyth
Redefining Car Access pp. 83-95 Downloads
Anne Brown
They’re Back pp. 96-113 Downloads
Daniel Schneider
Streamlining the Development Approval Process in a Post–Level of Service Los Angeles pp. 114-132 Downloads
Jamey M. B. Volker, Amy E. Lee and Dillon T. Fitch
Are Cities Prepared for Autonomous Vehicles? pp. 133-151 Downloads
Yonah Freemark, Anne Hudson and Jinhua Zhao
Changing Residential Land Use Regulations to Address High Housing Prices pp. 152-168 Downloads
C. J. Gabbe
Notes From the Review Editor pp. 169-170 Downloads
Tim Chapin
Rosenzweig, Solecki, Romero-Lankao, Mehrotra, Dhakal, and Ibriahim (Eds): Climate Change and Cities: Second Assessment Report of the Urban Climate Change Research Network pp. 171-172 Downloads
Eugénie L. Birch
Lauster: The Death and Life of the Single-Family House: Lessons From Vancouver on Building a Livable City pp. 172-173 Downloads
Penny Gurstein
Emerson and Smiley: Market Cities, People Cities: The Shape of Our Urban Future pp. 174-175 Downloads
David P. Varady
Shatkin: Cities for Profit: The Real Estate Turn in Asia’s Urban Politics pp. 175-176 Downloads
Kimberly M. Noronha
Wolman, Wial, St. Clair, and Hill: Coping With Adversity: Regional Economic Resilience and Public Policy pp. 177-178 Downloads
Samuel Geldin
Scharlach and Lehning: Creating Aging-Friendly Communities pp. 178-179 Downloads
Charles W. Dunlap and Nancy Giunta
Cervero, Guerra, and Al: Beyond Mobility: Planning Cities for People and Places pp. 180-181 Downloads
Eric Dumbaugh

Volume 85, issue 1, 2019

Letter From the Editor pp. 1-6 Downloads
Sandra Rosenbloom
David Godschalk pp. 7-15 Downloads
Philip R. Berke and Daniel A. Rodriguez
Finding the Missing Link: Reflections on David Godschalk’s Contribution to the Role of Computerized Information Systems in Urban Planning and Growth Management pp. 16-17 Downloads
Zorica Nedović-Budić
David Godschalk, an Indispensable Resource pp. 17-18 Downloads
Jim Schwab
Reflections on David Godschalk’s Contribution to Comprehensive Planning pp. 18-19 Downloads
Yan Song and Zhendong Luo
With, Not For: Dave Godschalk and Citizen Participation pp. 19-21 Downloads
Bruce Stiftel
Reflections on David Godschalk’s Contributions to Planning as Consensus Building pp. 21-22 Downloads
Larry Susskind
The Case for Planners as Disaster Specialists pp. 22-23 Downloads
Shannon Van Zandt
A Ladder of Citizen Participation pp. 24-34 Downloads
Sherry R. Arnstein
Crowdsourcing Bike Share Station Locations pp. 35-48 Downloads
Greg P. Griffin and Junfeng Jiao
Race and Municipal Annexation After the Voting Rights Act pp. 49-59 Downloads
Noah J. Durst
Up Close and Personal pp. 60-68 Downloads
Floyd Lapp
Notes from the Review Editor pp. 69-70 Downloads
Tim Chapin
Willson: A Guide for the Idealist: Launching and Navigating Your Planning Career pp. 71-72 Downloads
Barry Nocks
Lerch (Ed.): The Community Resilience Reader: Essential Resources for an Era of Upheaval pp. 72-73 Downloads
William Butler
Johnson and Olshansky: After Great Disasters: An In-Depth Analysis of How Six Countries Managed Community Recovery pp. 74-75 Downloads
Ann-Margaret Esnard
Martens: Transport Justice: Designing Fair Transportation Systems pp. 75-76 Downloads
Xiaoxia Dong
Agyeman, Matthews, and Sobel (Eds.): Food Trucks, Cultural Identity, and Social Justice: From Loncheras to Lobsta Love pp. 76-78 Downloads
Kameshwari Pothukuchi
Logan: Historic Capital: Preservation, Race, and Real Estate in Washington, D.C pp. 78-79 Downloads
Andrew Aurand
Koch and Latham (Eds.): Key Thinkers on Cities pp. 79-80 Downloads
Eugénie L. Birch
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