Neighborhoods in Transition: Insights from U.S. Strategies for Integrated Urban Planning
This research in two U.S. cities — San Francisco and Austin — provides valuable insights as cities grow and diversify, needing new ways of integrating a socially and economically diverse population into planning processes.
The main questions for this paper are:
- What are successful methods for integrated planning that includes the needs and wishes of a socially and economically diverse population?
- What planning methods and initiatives are used in U.S. cities to strengthen social cohesion and provide resources to disinvested neighborhoods? What integrated strategies are used?
- What are successful initiatives and methods in integrating a socially and economically diverse population in the planning processes?
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