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Parking Guru Donald Shoup to Speak at Mercantile Library Next Tuesday

Donald Shoup, world renowned economist and researcher, will be speaking at the Mercantile Library on October 28. Tickets are currently available and are $10 for members and just $15 for non-members.

Construction Pace Picking Up on $120M Smale Riverfront Park Project

The nice weather has allowed for construction pace to pick-up on the next phases of Smale Riverfront Park. In the latest video update, project manager Dave Prather walks viewers through what's new and what's to come.

CNU22: Cincinnati Wins National Planning Award for Form-Based Code

Cincinnati's Department of Planning & Buildings has been on a roll lately. This past weekend in Buffalo, at the CNU national conference, the city won its third national award of the year for its new form-based code.

APA14: Atlanta and Its Evolving Relationship with Urbanism

For an urbanist, Atlanta at first glance is a conundrum. Subway stations that seem to feed park and rides, buildings that barely front the street and streets with no crosswalks where pedestrians play a dangerous game of Frogger just to cross to the other side are all typical occurrences in the city.

APA14: Transportation Set the Mood at This Year’s National Planning Conference in Atlanta

UrbanCincy was named one of the "top influencers" at this year's APA National Conference held in Atlanta. Jocelyn Gibson, who was one of our two reporters at the conference, takes a look back at her big takeaways.