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Journal of the American Planning Association

2010 - 2021

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Volume 87, issue 1, 2021

International Content in the Journal of the American Planning Association pp. 1-2 Downloads
Ann Forsyth
Human Rights and the City: A View From Canada pp. 3-10 Downloads
Sandeep Agrawal
Analyzing Action/Plan Consistency pp. 11-20 Downloads
Brian W. Ohm
Planning and Development Challenges in Western Gateway Communities pp. 21-33 Downloads
Philip Stoker, Danya Rumore, Lindsey Romaniello and Zacharia Levine
Planning for Climate Change pp. 34-44 Downloads
Sungyop Kim, Fengpeng Sun and Clara Irazábal
Can You Imagine What’s Happened in Durham? pp. 45-61 Downloads
Meagan M. Ehlenz
Affordable Housing Without Public Subsidies pp. 62-72 Downloads
Nathaniel Decker
Does Local Ownership of Vacant Land Reduce Crime? pp. 73-84 Downloads
Matthew Stern and T. William Lester
Housing Single Women pp. 85-100 Downloads
Julia Gabriele Harten
Why Detailing Spatial Equity Matters in Water and Sanitation Evaluations pp. 101-107 Downloads
Gabriella Y. Carolini and Prassanna Raman
Like a Fish Out of Water pp. 108-122 Downloads
Ivis García, April Jackson, Stacy A. Harwood, Andrew J. Greenlee, C. Aujean Lee and Benjamin Chrisinger
Off the Grid…and Back Again? pp. 123-137 Downloads
Geoff Boeing
Notes From the Review Editor pp. 138-140 Downloads
Gerardo Francisco Sandoval
Levine, Grengs, and Merlin: From Mobility to Accessibility: Transforming Urban Transportation and Land-Use Planning pp. 141-142 Downloads
Adam Millard-Ball
Plotch: Last Subway: The Long Wait for the Next Train In New York City pp. 142-143 Downloads
Floyd Lapp
Redaelli: Connecting Arts and Place: Cultural Policy and American Cities pp. 144-145 Downloads
Zachary M. Jones
Wilson: The Heart of Community Engagement: Practitioner Stories From Across the Globe pp. 145-146 Downloads
Kenneth M. Reardon
Dandekar (Ed.): The Planner's Use of Information (3rd ed.) pp. 146-148 Downloads
Barry Nocks
Fitzgerald: Greenovation: Urban Leadership on Climate Change pp. 148-149 Downloads
Peter B. Meyer
Condon: Five Rules for Tomorrow’s Cities pp. 149-150 Downloads
Doug Kelbaugh
Correction pp. 151-153 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 86, issue 4, 2020

Measuring Journal Success pp. 389-392 Downloads
Ann Forsyth
Cultural Insights for Planners: Understanding the Terms Hispanic, Latino, and Latinx pp. 393-402 Downloads
Ivis García
Using Exploratory Scenarios in Planning Practice pp. 403-416 Downloads
Uri Avin and Robert Goodspeed
Making Room for the River pp. 417-430 Downloads
Siyu Yu, A. D. Brand and Philip Berke
Do Industrial Preservation Policies Protect and Promote Urban Industrial Activity? pp. 431-442 Downloads
Jenna Davis and Henry Renski
Urban Heat Management and the Legacy of Redlining pp. 443-457 Downloads
Bev Wilson
What Is a Forecast for? pp. 458-469 Downloads
Carole Turley Voulgaris
Tracking Our Footsteps pp. 470-480 Downloads
Li Fang and Reid Ewing
Uncovering the Relationship Between Historic Districts and Same-Sex Households pp. 481-494 Downloads
Kelly L. Kinahan and Matthew H. Ruther
Does Density Aggravate the COVID-19 Pandemic? pp. 495-509 Downloads
Shima Hamidi, Sadegh Sabouri and Reid Ewing
Geographic Silos: A Cautionary Note pp. 510-511 Downloads
Subhrajit Guhathakurta
JAPA Is More Than a Generalist Journal pp. 510-510 Downloads
Martin Wachs
JAPA’s Generalist Planning Journal Book Review Section pp. 511-512 Downloads
Gerardo F. Sandoval
Mapping Communities: Responding to Commentaries on “In Defense of the Generalist Journal” pp. 512-513 Downloads
Ann Forsyth
Notes From the Review Editor pp. 514-515 Downloads
Gerardo Francisco Sandoval
Rothstein: The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America pp. 516-517 Downloads
Tim Chapin
Knapp: Constructing the Dynamo of Dixie: Race, Urban Planning, and Cosmopolitanism in Chattanooga, Tennessee pp. 517-518 Downloads
Charles Connerly
Anacker, Carswell, Kirby, & Tremblay (Eds.): Introduction to Housing (2nd ed.) pp. 518-520 Downloads
Jane M. Rongerude
Tighe & Ryberg-Webster: Legacy Cities: Continuity and Change Amid Decline and Revival pp. 520-522 Downloads
Eric Seymour
Sies, Gournay, & Freestone (Eds.): Iconic Planned Communities and the Challenge of Change pp. 522-523 Downloads
Sonia Hirt
Haselberger (Ed.): Encounters in Planning Thought: 16 Autobiographical Essays From Key Thinkers in Spatial Planning pp. 523-524 Downloads
Lisa Ann Schweitzer
Borden: Skateboarding and the City: A Complete History pp. 525-526 Downloads
Jeremy Németh

Volume 86, issue 3, 2020

Speaking to the Future pp. 281-283 Downloads
Ann Forsyth
Immigrant Legal Status and Commute Mode Choice for Hispanics in the United States pp. 284-296 Downloads
Ryan Allen and Jueyu Wang
Racial Equity in Planning Organizations pp. 297-303 Downloads
Miriam Solis
Flint (MI) Missed an Opportunity to “Right Size” With Its Water Crisis pp. 304-310 Downloads
Victoria Morckel
Meeting Climate, Mobility, and Equity Goals in Transportation Planning Under Wide-Ranging Scenarios pp. 311-323 Downloads
Robert Lempert, James Syme, George Mazur, Debra Knopman, Garett Ballard-Rosa, Kacey Lizon and Ifeanyi Edochie
Evaluating Hong Kong’s Spatial Planning in New Towns From the Perspectives of Job Accessibility, Travel Mobility, and Work–Life Balance pp. 324-338 Downloads
Sylvia Y. He, Sui Tao, Mee Kam Ng and Hendrik Tieben
Greenspace After a Disaster: The Need to Close the Gap With Recovery for Greater Resilience pp. 339-348 Downloads
Shaleen Miller
Compact Development and BMI for Young Adults pp. 349-363 Downloads
Shima Hamidi and Reid Ewing
Using Big and Open Data to Analyze Transit-Oriented Development pp. 364-376 Downloads
Jiangping Zhou, Yuling Yang and Chris Webster
Notes From the Review Editor pp. 377-378 Downloads
Gerardo Francisco Sandoval
Talen: Neighborhood pp. 379-380 Downloads
Sanjeev Vidyarthi
Manturuk, Lindblad, and Quercia: A Place Called Home: The Social Dimensions of Homeownership pp. 380-381 Downloads
Deirdre Pfeiffer
Kelbaugh: The Urban Fix: Resilient Cities in the War Against Climate Change, Heat Islands and Overpopulation pp. 382-383 Downloads
Patrick M. Condon
Albro: Vacant to Vibrant: Creating Successful Green Infrastructure Networks pp. 383-384 Downloads
Steven M. Richter
Prytherch: Law, Engineering, and the American Right-of-Way: Imagining a More Just Street pp. 384-385 Downloads
Dave Amos
Mallach: The Divided City: Poverty and Prosperity in Urban America pp. 386-387 Downloads
John Parcell
Florida: The New Urban Crisis: How Our Cities Are Increasing Inequality, Deepening Segregation, and Failing the Middle Class and What We Can Do About It pp. 387-388 Downloads
Dennis E. Gale

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 Know”: 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
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