The latest in urban planning, placemaking and citizen action:

  • This past weekend, citizens in dozens of cities went on Jane’s Walks in their neighborhoods. [Calgary Herald, Janes Walk]
  • In New York City, nine new public plazas are on their way through the NYC Plazas Program. [Streetsblog]
  • New series of waterfront programming brings life back to Boston’s “dirty water”. [Boston Globe]
  • Rethinking the process of urban planning with a case for an open-source approach. [Re:place]
  • In Miami, plans are unfolding for a new Art Museum in bayfront Bicentennial Park. [Miami Herald]
  • Cities across America are rediscovering the attraction of the streetcar. [Infrastructurist]

Places in the News: May 4, 2009 was last modified: March 6th, 2012 by jchao