City Planning Blogs
Placemaking interventions can help reduce the impact of unequal access to healthcare in areas across the country, reducing overall inequality, a new report from Mace has stated
According to a new report from UK-based Juniper Research, the widespread deployment of smart streetlights could save up to $15 billion in utility costs by 2023.
Rocky Mount has taken a significant stride forward toward continued economic development by creating a position to take the town’s economy and cultural opportunities to the next level.
New York-based Ethan Kent has a unique overarching viewpoint of the global placemaking movement, and he says that Australia is at the forefront of the placemaking conversation, but things could be better.
The recent opening of a new footbridge across the River Ouse, connecting the station with York’s historic city centre is emblematic of a concerted scheme to reduce traffic congestion by making York a more pedestrian-friendly city for residents and the millions of tourists who visit every year.
When Mike Sewell, a civil engineer with Gresham Smith, designed the urban bike network along Sixth Street in 2015, he wanted to connect downtown to more residential areas and encourage more people to bicycle on their commute.
The real estate tech company is redefining “smart city” with a connected and low-cost community on a 330-hectare plot of land on Brazil’s northeastern coast.
The development of smart cities around the world is gathering pace, with the total value of the global smart city market projected to exceed US$1trn by 2020 and US$2.5trn by 2025, according to a PwC report.