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Contemporary Urban Planning


PrefaceI THE BACKGROUND AND DEVELOPMENT OF CONTEMPORARY PLANNINGAn OverviewTHE NEED FOR PLANNING THE SPECIFIC CONCERNS OF PLANNING WHO ARE THE PLANNERS?PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS SATISFACTIONS AND DISCONTENTS USEFUL ABILITIES THE PLAN OF THIS BOOK NOTES The Urbanization of AmericaURBANIZATION IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYThe Forces Behind Urban GrowthUrban Concentration and DensityThe Beginnings of DecentralizationURBAN TRENDS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURYThe Rush to the SuburbsRegional TrendsThe Age of Central-City ShrinkageTrends Since 2000Cities and the PoorA TURN TOWARD REURBANIZATION? SUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYThe History of Planning: Part ICOLONIAL AMERICA LIMITED MEANS AND GROWING PROBLEMS THE PRESSURE FOR REFORM Sanitary ReformUrban Open SpaceHousing ReformThe Tradition of Municipal ImprovementThe Municipal Art MovementThe City Beautiful MovementTHE BIRTH OF MODERN CITY PLANNING THE PUBLIC CONTROL OF PRIVATE PROPERTYThe Rush to ZoneThe Growth of Community Master PlanningTHE EMERGENCE OF REGIONAL AND STATE PLANNINGGRANDER VISIONS SUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYThe History of Planning: Part IIPLANNING AND THE GREAT DEPRESSIONTHE POSTWAR PERIODThe Expansion of Municipal PlanningUrban RenewalThe Age of Highway PlanningEnvironmental PlanningGrowth Control and Growth ManagementThe Growth of Statewide PlanningEconomic Development PlanningPlanning for Smart GrowthPlanning and Public SafetyPlanning for Natural DisastersSUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYII THE STRUCTURE AND PRACTICE OF CONTEMPORARY PLANNINGThe Legal Basis of PlanningTHE CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK Powers and LimitationsPUBLIC CONTROL OVER PRIVATE PROPERTY THE SUPREME COURT AND THE TAKING ISSUETHE RIGHTS OF NONRESIDENTSTHE FIGHT OVER EMINENT DOMAIN STATE-ENABLING LEGISLATION The Legal Link to State PlanningTHE FEDERAL ROLE Mandated ResponsibilitiesSUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYPlanning and PoliticsWHY IS PLANNING POLITICAL?PLANNERS AND POWERTHE FRAGMENTATION OF POWERSTYLES OF PLANNING HOW PLANNING AGENCIES ARE ORGANIZEDPlanning ConsultantsReaching Out to the PublicSUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYThe Social IssuesTHE SOCIAL ISSUES IN PLANNING FOR HOUSING The Special Case of Private CommunitiesThe Problem of HomelessnessOTHER ISSUESThe Social Side of Planning for CatastropheThe Social Side of Economic DevelopmentTransportation PlanningEnvironmental PolicyThe Question of Environmental JusticeGender IssuesFeminism and PlanningPlanning and AgingSocial Planning for Whom?WHO DOES SOCIAL PLANNING?SUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYThe Comprehensive PlanTHE GOALS OF COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING THE COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING PROCESSPlanning ResearchFormulating Community GoalsFormulating the PlanImplementing the PlanReview and UpdatingThe Technology of Citizen ParticipationHOW EFFECTIVE ARE COMPREHENSIVE PLANS? SUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYThe Tools of Land-Use PlanningPUBLIC CAPITAL INVESTMENTFINANCING CAPITAL EXPENDITURES The Capital BudgetTypes of BondsRevenue BondsGrantsA Basic Difference in BudgetingLAND-USE CONTROLSSubdivision RegulationsZoning OrdinancesTHE INGREDIENTS OF A ZONING ORDINANCEPROPERTY TAXES AND ZONINGMAKING ZONING MORE FLEXIBLE Bonus or Incentive ZoningTransfer of Development RightsTHE HIGH LINE AND TDRInclusionary ZoningPlanned Unit DevelopmentCluster ZoningPerformance ZoningDevelopment AgreementsExactionsFORM-BASED ZONING OTHER TYPES OF LOCAL LAND-USE CONTROLS Site-Plan ReviewArchitectural ReviewHistoric PreservationCOMBINING CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND LAND-USE CONTROLS FORCES BEYOND LOCAL CONTROL Higher Levels of Land-Use ControlSUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYIII FIELDS OF PLANNINGUrban DesignWHAT IS URBAN DESIGN? THREE LARGE-SCALE URBAN DESIGN EXAMPLES Rebuilding the World Trade Center SiteThe Hudson Yards ProjectTHE URBAN DESIGN PROCESS AnalysisSynthesisEvaluationImplementationWHAT IS GOOD URBAN DESIGN? The Neighborhood ConceptREPLANNING SUBURBIA: THE NEOTRADITIONALISTS WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE POD AND COLLECTOR PLANEDGE CITY VISIONS OF THE CITY OF THE FUTURE Recent Thinking About the Urban FutureCOMING TO TERMS WITH THE AUTOMOBILE SUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYUrban Renewal and Community DevelopmentURBAN RENEWAL The Origins of Urban RenewalIntention and RealityUrban Renewal in RetrospectCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Community Development Versus the Urban Renewal ApproachTHE HOUSING QUESTION PLANNING FOR HOUSING Federal RequirementsA More Comprehensive Approach to Planning for HousingPlanning for an Older PopulationTHE HOUSING BUBBLE AND THE PROBLEM OF ABANDONMENTThe Implications for MunicipalitiesWhat Can Governments Do?SUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYTransportation PlanningRECENT TRENDS IN URBAN TRANSPORTATION PAYING FOR TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND LAND USE THE TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PROCESS Modeling Metropolitan Area TransportationA SIMPLE GRAVITY MODEL ILLUSTRATIONThe Policy DecisionPlanning for Public TransportationThe Question of Intercity Rail TransportationOPTIMIZING THE TRAFFIC SYSTEM THE GROWING ROLE OF TOLLS AND PRIVATIZATIONTHE FUTURE OF THE AUTOMOBILESUMMARYNOTES SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYEconomic Development PlanningHISTORIC ROOTSPERSPECTIVES ON LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT The Federal Presence in Local Economic DevelopmentDOES PUBLIC INTERVENTION MAKE SENSE?STATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS A Crucial DifferenceThe Relationship Between Planners and Economic DevelopersWhat a Community Can Do to Promote Its Economic GrowthCooperation and CompetitionPursuit of Investment by Higher Levels of GovernmentLarger ConsiderationsA Systematic Approach to Economic Development PlanningSUMMARYNOTES SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYGrowth Management, Smart Growth, Sustainable Development, and Planning for CatastropheTHE ORIGINS OF GROWTH MANAGEMENT WINNERS AND LOSERS IN GROWTH MANAGEMENT The "Defense of Privilege" IssueA SAMPLING OF LOCAL GROWTH MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS STATE-LEVEL GROWTH MANAGEMENT HawaiiFloridaOregonNew JerseyGROWTH MANAGEMENT: PRO OR CON?THE CHALLENGE OF SMART GROWTH PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABILITY Implementing a Local Sustainable Development ProgramA LIST OF SUSTAINABLE PLANNING TECHNIQUESPLANNING FOR NATURAL DISASTERS New Orleans and Hurricane KatrinaPlanning for New York after Hurricane SandySUMMARYNOTES SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYEnvironmental and Energy PlanningTHE ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING PROBLEM THE QUESTION OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGEENVIRONMENTAL PROGRESS AT THE NATIONAL LEVELA BRIEF HISTORY OF NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICYTHE LINK BETWEEN NATIONAL AND LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNINGECONOMIC AND POLITICAL ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING The Special Case of "Superfund"Friendly CriticismUnfriendly CriticismLOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING An Example of Local Environmental PlanningENERGY PLANNING Energy Planning at the Local LevelThe LEED ProgramLocal Energy ProductionSUMMARYNOTES SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYLARGER OUESTIONSPlanning for Metropolitan RegionsTHE POLITICAL PROBLEMA BRIEF HISTORY OF METROPOLITAN-AREA PLANNING The Public AuthorityRegional Planning After World War IIMINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL: A TALE OF TWO CITIES What Has Been Accomplished?THE PORT AUTHORITY OF NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY Is There a Downside?THE ATLANTA REGIONAL COMMISSIONSUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYNational Planning in the United StatesIS THERE NATIONAL PLANNING IN THE UNITED STATES?THE PATTERN OF LAND SETTLEMENT ESTABLISHING THE RAIL NETWORK WATER AND THE WEST Western Water Policy in RetrospectSYSTEMATIC REGIONAL PLANNING THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM FINANCING THE SUBURBS Suburbanization and Tax PolicyLAND MANAGEMENT WHAT'S NEXT? SUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYPlanning in Other NationsPlanning in western EuropePlanning in Great BritainPlanning in FrancePlanning in the NetherlandsPlanning in ScandinaviaPlanning in GermanyPLANNING IN EASTERN EUROPE The Transition to a Market EconomyThe Problem of PrivatizationEU Membership and the Future of Planning in Eastern EuropePLANNING IN ASIASUMMARYNOTES SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHYPlanning TheoryIS THEORY NECESSARY?A DISTINCTION BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PLANNING THE PROCESS OF PLANNING The Rational ModelDisjointed IncrementalismMiddle-Range ModelsCollaborative RationalityADVOCACY PLANNING: THE QUESTION OF FOR WHOM PLANNING FROM RIGHT AND LEFT The View from the RightThe View from the LeftSUMMARYNOTESSELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
 
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