Matthew Kiefer on Planning in the New Millennium

Matthew Kiefer on Planning in the New Millennium

Matthew Kiefer (LF ’96) celebrates the end of urban planning “as we knew it” in a recent opinion piece in the Boston Globe. He hails new strategies–like planned incrementalism, value capture, public-private partnerships, and harnessing market forces–that lead to more livable, more equitable, and more resilient cities. Read “It’s the end of urban planning as we know it (and we feel fine).”

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