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coletta & company | Broadcast | April 26, 2003
Transforming Cities
By Robert D. Atkinson
Smart CityTM is a weekly hour-long public radio talk show that takes an in-depth look at urban life. In April 2003, PPI's Robert D. Atkinson was on the program to discuss "Transforming Cities."


DLC | New Dem Daily | June 1, 2001
Idea of the Week: HOT Lanes
The common spectacle of little-used HOV lanes is creating a backlash. A different model could provide the solution: HOT lanes (High Occupancy/Toll Lanes). They reduce traffic congestion; generate revenues for transportation projects; and provide an option for commuters willing to pay to avoid jams.


DLC | The New Democrat | July 1, 1999
Preventing Sprawl In New Mexico
New Mexico faces the challenges from urban sprawl that were analyzed so well in your March/April cover story.


DLC | The New Democrat | May 1, 1999
The Sprawl Debate, Cont. (I)
Despite repeated pleas from their suburban and rural constituents, Republicans in the Colorado legislature continue to ignore the sprawl issue.


DLC | The New Democrat | May 1, 1999
The Sprawl Debate, Cont. (II)
Making sprawl a centerpiece of his presidential campaign is part of the Vice President's strategy to build a new political base in the suburbs while holding on to urban voters.


DLC | The New Democrat | March 1, 1999
A Sprawling Debate
By The Editors



DLC | The New Democrat | March 1, 1999
Sprawl Is Where The Voters Are
By Richard Moe and Carter Wilkie
Unrestrained development is being undermined by its own constituency.


DLC | The New Democrat | March 1, 1999
The New Economy Metropolis
By Robert D. Atkinson
Digital forces are driving dispersal.


DLC | The New Democrat | March 1, 1999
The Revolt Against Sprawl
By Debra S. Knopman
Politicians everywhere are searching for solutions to poorly planned local development.


DLC | The New Democrat | March 1, 1999
The State Versus Sprawl
By Rob Gurwitt
Bumps on the road to Smart Growth in Maryland.


DLC | The New Democrat | March 1, 1999
The Sunny Side of Sprawl
By Fred Siegel
It's the price we pay for the creation of the first mass upper-middle class.


DLC | New Dem Daily | February 26, 1999
Dealing With Sprawl Without Demonizing Suburbs
New Democrats should respond to the new political issue of sprawl, but carefully, and never forgetting that where and how one lives is among the most personal of decisions.


DLC | Talking Points | June 13, 1998
Sprawl
"Sprawl" is poorly managed suburban development that degrades the quality of life, particularly in suburbs. Its characteristics vary from place to place, but usually include increased traffic congestion, disappearance of open spaces, and strains on public infrastructure from schools to sewers.


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