https://urbanreforminstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FOC_Conclusion-Kotkin.jpg 768 1024 Joel Kotkin /wp-content/uploads/2020/03/URI-logo-claret.png Joel Kotkin2023-05-17 17:28:072023-05-17 11:17:52The Future of Cities: Conclusion
The Future of Cities: Conclusion
Over five millennia, cities have demonstrated their essential resiliency. They now are transforming to a pattern based on digital commuting.
https://urbanreforminstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FOC_Next-Gen-Suburbs-Berger.jpg 768 1024 Alan Berger /wp-content/uploads/2020/03/URI-logo-claret.png Alan Berger2023-05-15 21:01:092023-05-11 21:04:23The Future of Cities: Next Generation American Suburbs
The Future of Cities: Next Generation American Suburbs
Next generation suburbs can be designed to preserve the environment, and advantage that urban core cities could never achieve.
https://urbanreforminstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FOC_Utah-Innovations-Gochnour.jpg 768 1024 Natalie Gochnour /wp-content/uploads/2020/03/URI-logo-claret.png Natalie Gochnour2023-05-11 10:30:012023-05-10 19:50:38The Future of Cities: Utah Policy Innovations in Homelessness, Poverty and Health
The Future of Cities: Utah Policy Innovations in Homelessness, Poverty and Health
The proper size of government permeates public policy discussions about homelessness, poverty, and health care. The left and right debate varying degrees of government involvement, typically failing to act and often deteriorating into a state of policy paralysis.
https://urbanreforminstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/BRT-screenshot-3.jpg 675 1200 Tory Gattis /wp-content/uploads/2020/03/URI-logo-claret.png Tory Gattis2023-05-10 19:41:132023-05-10 19:41:13Update for METRO’s Inner Katy BRT Plan
Update for METRO’s Inner Katy BRT Plan
In January Houston's METRO received a Categorical Exclusion (CATEX) determination for the Inner Katy Bus Rapid Transit project from the Federal Transit Administration. This will allow the project to proceed to construction without further years of environmental assessment.
https://urbanreforminstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FOC_Black-Urban-Voters-Blain.jpg 768 1024 Charles Blain /wp-content/uploads/2020/03/URI-logo-claret.png Charles Blain2023-05-04 10:29:012023-05-02 16:07:24The Future of Cities: A New Path for Black Urban Voters?
The Future of Cities: A New Path for Black Urban Voters?
For decades, a large majority of black Americans have aligned with the Democratic Party, but the modern-day Democratic Party's leftward shift may cause a reevaluation of that relationship. The welfare of black people has not been made better from their support of the Democratic Party.
https://urbanreforminstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FOC_Future-of-Work-Lind.jpg 768 1024 Michael Lind /wp-content/uploads/2020/03/URI-logo-claret.png Michael Lind2023-04-27 13:44:272023-05-02 15:59:13The Future of Cities: False Dawn – The Future of Work and Cities After the Illusions of Globalization
The Future of Cities: False Dawn – The Future of Work and Cities After the Illusions of Globalization
The disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, the rise of remote work, and partial de-globalization have shattered neoliberal narratives about the future of work and cities. A consensus about what will replace it has yet to emerge.
https://urbanreforminstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/tory-gattis-reason-interview.jpg 675 1200 Tory Gattis /wp-content/uploads/2020/03/URI-logo-claret.png Tory Gattis2023-04-25 11:49:312023-04-24 16:14:32Reason Interviews Tory Gattis About Houston’s Affordability
Reason Interviews Tory Gattis About Houston’s Affordability
Reason interviews me (Tory Gattis) about Houston's unorthodox, unzoned approach to land-use regulation and how it reduces our homelessness, as well as my suggested solution for zoned cities.
https://urbanreforminstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FOC_Housing_Unaffordability-Peter-Pinto.jpg 768 1024 Tobias Peter and Edward J. Pinto /wp-content/uploads/2020/03/URI-logo-claret.png Tobias Peter and Edward J. Pinto2023-04-20 10:29:462023-04-17 10:52:40The Future of Cities: Housing Unaffordability – How We Got There and What to Do About It
The Future of Cities: Housing Unaffordability – How We Got There and What to Do About It
Until 1970, owner-occupied housing was broadly affordable in the U.S.A., at a price-to-income ratio of 2.6. The housing unaffordability of today is evidence that supply has not kept up with demand.
https://urbanreforminstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/school-choice-week.jpg 675 1200 Tory Gattis /wp-content/uploads/2020/03/URI-logo-claret.png Tory Gattis2023-04-18 10:30:532023-04-17 17:42:08The Decisive Argument for School Choice
The Decisive Argument for School Choice
The best argument for school choice: in states that have implemented it, public schools for low-income students have gotten dramatically better even while not losing many students!
https://urbanreforminstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FOC-Inland-Empire-delRio.jpg 768 1024 Celia and Karla López del Río /wp-content/uploads/2020/03/URI-logo-claret.png Celia and Karla López del Río2023-04-13 12:30:592023-04-10 12:17:38The Future of Cities: California’s Inland Empire
The Future of Cities: California’s Inland Empire
It's always been a mug's fame to best against New York City, which was counted out only to quickly bounce back after 9/11 and again in 2008 after the financial system nearly collapsed.