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Drive-Throughs & Walkable Communities: Can they Coexist

Debates are ranging across the country concerning drive-throughs and their impact on walkable communities. Many communities have outright banned them. Here's a guest article by Anthony Morando, Esq. LEED AP BD+C of New York's Cuddy & Feder LLP, answering the question if drive-throughs and walkable communities...

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The Mathews Bridge: historic or an expensive relic?

Former Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Public Information Officer Mike Goldman exposes the good, bad and ugly reality behind the past, present and future of Jacksonville's Mathews Bridge.

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Autopsy of Architecture: Where trolleys go to die?

Autopsy of Architecture: Where trolleys go to die and live again.

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6 mega trends and the future of bicycling in NE Florida

Andy Clarke, of the Toole Design Group team, recently made a presentation at the North Florida Bicycle Club (NFBC) called "Six Mega Trends and the future of Bicycling in Northeast Florida." Here’s a summary of the main points, courtesy of the City of Jacksonville.

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Can the Tampa Bay Ferry Live After its Trial is Over?

Article by Wiatt Bowers, AICP Cover Image: Ennis Davis, AICP

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2016 TIGER Grant Award Winners Announced

2016 TIGER Grant award winners announced! Did your city win?

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The Santa Monica Beat: Musings from the West Coast

Melissa Hege, AICP of South Florida-based Melissa Hege City Planning LLC. highlights Santa Monica, California's successful implementation of creating great street environments.

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Florida's Higher-Speed Rail TOD Takes Shape

Florida will soon feature one of the most advanced passenger rail systems in the United States. While the concept of higher-speed passenger rail in Florida has made national headlines, the fact that AAF is also developing dynamic mobility-centric urban centers of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) around...

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Is Your Next Bus Driver A Computer?

Local Motors Debuts "Olli", a self-driving, 12-passenger electric bus in Washington, DC powered by IBM.

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