Trouble with City Planning What New Orleans Can Teach Us
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Description: Kristina Ford argues that almost no part of the common perception of 'city planning' is accurate. Drawing on her close knowledge of New Orleans, she puts forward several innovations that might play a crucial role in restoring that devastated city, or any other place in which citizens are troubled by the proposals in the city plan.
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Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 8/30/2011
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|The Practice of American City Planning|
|Cities as Planners See Them|
|Intimations of Trouble: Plans After Hurricane Katrina|
|What Are City Plans?|
|What City Planners Do and Why They Do It That Way|
|How Planners Interact with Citizens|
|The American Evolution of Plans|
|How Plans Take Effect|
|Locating the Trouble with City Planning|
|City Planning in Action|
|Plans that Only Planners Use|
|Plans that Don't Include What Citizens Know|
|Plans that Elected Leaders Ignore|
|Good City Plans|
|City Plans for Citizens|
|The Trouble with Most City Plans|
|Formulating Good City Plans: The State of the City|
|Formulating Good City Plans: Projections for the Future|
|Formulating Good City Plans: Citizen's Guide to Land-Use Decisions|
|Activating Good City Plans|
|How Good City Plans Influence Elected Leaders|
|Good City Plans and Great Cities|