city and metropolitan planning

WATER MUSEUM

Graduate students in the “Global Changes and Society” course knew they were signing up for an interdisciplinary project, but they never imagined that project would be a museum.


HUMANS OF THE U: REID EWING

One in research, one on TV, father and son find success on very different paths.


URBAN SPRAWL, ECONOMIC CRAWL

The U’s Department of City & Metropolitan Planning professor Reid Ewing and his colleagues in Utah, Texas and Louisiana find urban sprawl stunts upward mobility.


LIVING THE STREET LIFE

New research shows that streets with classic urban design qualities create more pedestrian activity.