Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Is the Nicaragua Canal viable? (Planning Magazine/American Planning Association)

March 24, 2015 by  
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A Chinese infrastructure development firm, HKDN Group, and the government of Nicaragua recently announced that construction on the Nicaragua Canal will start this December – not long before major improvements to the Panama Canal are completed. The Nicaragua Canal will be one of the biggest civil engineering projects in the world, with an estimated price […]

The Technology that Everyone Thinks is Evil Can do Good in Cities (Next City)

March 22, 2015 by  
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The Technology that Everyone Thinks is Evil Can do Good in Cities Next City Craig Guillot Forget war and surveillance, drones have better things to do A woman is walking alone to the subway after meeting a friend for dinner in an unfamiliar neighborhood. She is slightly lost and staring down at a slow-to-load map […]

The All-Purpose, Everything-You-Want-In-One-Place, Sports Stadium (American Planning Association)

December 8, 2013 by  
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Planning Magazine (American Planning Association): Many sports fans will tell you that stadiums, arenas and ballparks can be magical shrines that capture the full range of human emotions. Catching a game at Fenway Park, Camden Yards or Yankee Stadium isn’t just about runs and innings, it’s about family, friends and community. When the New Orleans […]