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Why we need more urban innovation projects like the ‘Google City’

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One of the lesser-known casualties of COVID-19 is a new, large-scale urban development in Toronto led by Google’s sibling company, Sidewalk Labs. Several years […]

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Why we need more urban innovation projects like the ‘Google City’

Why we need more urban innovation projects like the ‘Google City’

One of the lesser-known casualties of COVID-19 is a new, large-scale urban development in Toronto led by Google’s sibling company, Sidewalk Labs. Several years […]

Maximum Cities being pushed to the limits

Maximum Cities being pushed to the limits

India’s cities lag behind in urban living standards due to years of underinvestment

We need more urban innovation projects like the 'Google City'. This is why

We need more urban innovation projects like the 'Google City'. This is why

What the end of a major urban development by Google's sibling company, Sidewalk Labs, can teach us about building better smart cities and our urban futures.

Anti-Racist Planning: A View from Elsewhere

Anti-Racist Planning: A View from Elsewhere

Developing anti-racist approaches to urban planning requires looking elsewhere—to other geographies and histories—for alternative urban imaginaries and practices.

WAN Urban Challenge

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Urban rooms allow people to design their city's future

Urban rooms allow people to design their city's future

In urban rooms people can engage with a physical space to understand the past, present, and future of the city, say Tim Dixon and Lorraine Farrelly

Pratt Brooklyn, NYC

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Digital urban planning: twins help make sense of smart cities

Digital urban planning: twins help make sense of smart cities

In an age of rapid urban growth and expansion, planning is crucial to a city’s ability to be competitive while supporting the wellbeing of its citizens. This is where digital twins come in ...

The tragic hubris of modern city planning

The tragic hubris of modern city planning

“Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood.” So wrote the famed Chicago urban planner Daniel Burnham in 1910. These words can still be found on inspirational postcards ...

Greenfield Smart Cities Shaping the Future of India

Greenfield Smart Cities Shaping the Future of India

India’s economy has shown impressive growth in the last couple of decades, coupled with significant reduction in poverty. According to the International Monetary Fund, India’s economic ...

Rockport, Texas

Rockport, Texas

Rockport, Texas, received assistance from APA's Community Planning Assistance Teams program following Hurricane Harvey with support from the APA Foundation and the Pisces Foundation.

10 Ways to Envision a Smart City

10 Ways to Envision a Smart City

What is a smart city and how is it different from our traditional notion of a city? There is no single definition for a smart city. The term itself is a moving target and every city is ...

Why we need more urban innovation projects like the ‘Google City’

Why we need more urban innovation projects like the ‘Google City’

We need more Google cities, more Linux cities, more cities remade by start-ups that no one has heard of yet or, crucially, by communities of citizens ready to take action, says Carlo Ratti.