RPA is thrilled to welcome six new members to our Board of Directors. From public service to architecture to engineering, the skills and e..
Since it began, regional and urban planning has perpetuated racial inequality. RPA’s Healthy Regions Planning Exchange is grappling with t..
Regional Plan Association has been working with a group of planners, public health officials, and community advocates from 11 regions acro..
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With heat waves and extreme storms creating power outages from New York City to Central New Jersey, the tri-state region’s power grid is i..
New Yorkers know one of the worst places to be during a heat wave is a subway platform. The problem, of course, is that millions of people..
The prevalence of single-family homes in growing cities in the United States has become a hot topic. A recent article in the New York Time..
On May 27, 1929, over the crackling airwaves of NBC Radio, George McAneny presented to the public for the first time the Regional Plan for..
The delicate balance between the need for housing and the need to preserve manufacturing jobs and districts has sparked heated debates rec..
Buried in the fine print of the sprawling 2017 federal tax legislation is a policy change that could have a significant impact on transit ..