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TaxLandNotMan Jul 12
Unnecessary urban sprawl is due to the property tax system. In order to reward speculators, the tax on improvements is usually the same rate as on land. But, if it were shifted to fall more upon land value, the wilderness would reappear.
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jjwalsh / InboundAmbassador Jul 16
Innovative way to utilize the riverside & build destination appeal - a floating stage - I like it!
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Andy Boenau Jul 17
Q: Does your have curbside management rules that were written within the last 2 years? I'll be sharing poll results and your commentary next week during .
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Brandon McCord Jul 11
There's so much talk about how different modes of traffic can share a single road. Here is my quick observation of traffic patterns while walking in the Makongo neighborhood in
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Engr.Muhammad Aadil 19h
Can we count on cabs to track urban conditions in real time?
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HTFC 12h
Did you know the Exchange District has been our home for almost 4 decades? We have contributed to heritage management plans, pocket parks, plazas, patios and groundbreaking streetscapes in our 'hood. Head down to explore the Exchange today!
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Ross Jutras-Minett Jul 15
Thoughts on car parking? 1985 standards or current RTA guidelines from New South Wales? where is best practice applied?
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ProvocCitiesBlog 11h
New housing policy in Chicago should include the following:
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Mahak Agrawal 1h
Look what just arrived in the mail 🤗 Thank you . for delivering on priority basis the exceptional book. Honoured to have contributed a chapter to it.
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Priya Kanchan Jul 17
Berlin buys 670 flats on Karl-Marx-Allee from private owner
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Prathyusha Parakala Jul 17
The filters make everything glamorous but oh damn, the Rush Hour is so painful n no space to breath! And this is just the beginning! Wonder how this is in the long term. Shot at 7:13pm this evening.
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Smart.City_Lab Jul 18
Walkable cities boost prosperity, support local businesses and promote tourism. How to create public spaces that make sense for everyone? 🌳
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Sascha Pallenberg Jul 9
How to give cars more space? By giving them less!
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ProvocCitiesBlog 11h
Replying to @ProvocCities
Such zones should sunset every 10 years with the option to renew indefinitely to ensure that communities are not beholden to the policy of previous residents.
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Kebet Eske Ketema Jul 16
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UIC Planning & Policy 14h
In a article Alumnus Kalindi Parikh articulates ideas for creating beyond tourist attraction in Chicago's Loop.
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City Conversations 15h
How does Vancouver shape up, literally? We’re here w and to chat past planning ideals and future design goals
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Skanska 20h
“Incorporating social goals into city building goes back decades in cities around the world”. But what makes a successful urban place? This piece explores.
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Dr Cat Button 23h
Planning is ❤️ Planning is life. Dust graffiti seen on campus. Someone really loves studying at
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Esri Live Jul 17
TOMORROW: Free webinar from on how to visualize the built environment, make smarter plans, and engage stakeholders Get Started with ArcGIS Urban Thursday, July 18
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