Posts Tagged: Infrastructure
…there’s clearly an appetite for regenerative thinking in the wake of the pandemic and the civil unrest of January 2021 and the spring and summer of 2020. The American Jobs Plan is the biggest showcase to date for this ambition
“Students responded to that potential with visions for the river that included everything from a birder’s paradise or a punk rocker’s urban wasteland–the kind of variety that suits the major geographic and cultural shifts of the river basin…” Read the
“Clearly, the ghost town quality that made downtown such an attractive back lot for the film industry—like the era of the early 20th century that built the neighborhood—is a thing of the past.” Read the article.
“Much of the new plan focuses on habitat preservation for a small species of fish known as the Delta smelt. Water allotments from the Bay Delta have been shrinking for years because the dwindling numbers of Delta smelt have triggered
Report editor for Florence/La Brea Station Transit Oriented Development: a ULI-LA Technical Assistance Panel report for the city of Inglewood. Read/download the report.