The Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning is an authoritative volume on planning, a long-established professional social science discipline in the U.S. and throughout the world. This handbook collects together over 45 noted field experts to discuss three key questions: Why plan? How and what do we plan? Who plans for whom? These three questions are then applied across three major topics in planning. Covering the key components of the discipline, this book is a comprehensive, discipline-defining text suited for students and seasoned planners alike.Measuring Urban Design QualitiesaAn Illustrated Field Manual. ... 2003. The New Transit Town: Best Practices in TransitaOriented Development. Washington , DC: Island Press. Dowall, D. E. 1984. The Suburban Squeeze. Berkeley, CA:anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning|
|Author||:||Randall Crane, Rachel Weber|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2012-05-24|