Volume 22.2 General (1997)
Editors: Joseph Bamberg, Jennifer Hurley, Robert Inerfeld, and Mark Shelburne
A digital version of this issue is available here.
|ESTIMATING THE SIZE OF HOUSEHOLDS AND NUMBER OF SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN IN NEW DEVELOPMENT: APPLICATIONS FOR FORECASTING AND IMPACT ANALYSIS
This article reports the results of a recent telephone survey of households in five large urban areas of North Carolina. These results are compared to estimates from the 1990 Public Use Microdata Sample to see whether the 1990 values are accurate for the end of the decade. Characteristics of households were found to have changed, and planners should be aware of these changes in impact estimation.
|NEW URBANISM IN PRACTICE
This article focuses on putting New Urbanist philosophies into practice through a review of the Southern Village project in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Strengths and weakness of the project are evaluated.
|ISTEA: MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE SOUTHEAST
DiStefano, Joe; Raimi, Matthew
Three short pieces from the book “Five Years of Progress: 110 Communities Where ISTEA is Making A Difference.” are reprinted: Natchez, Mississippi, Tampa, Florida, and Nashville, Tennessee.
|BLUEPRINTS FOR SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITIES: HOW THE GEORGIA CONSERVANCY PROMOTES MORE LIVABLE PLACES
Keys, Ellen; Edwards, Sue Snaman