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    Letting transit shape development in the Triangle
    It is imperative that our local leaders and transit planners move from an outdated approach to transportation planning and embrace the emerging concept that development oriented towards transit can reshape and revitalize our communities.
    Coastal SEES Collaborative Research
    Climate change is transforming the outer edge of the Southern US coastal plain. Lower-lying parts of this region, characterized by extensive freshwater-dependent ecosystems, will be largely inundated by gradual sea level rise by the end of this century.
    Impact of the Safe Routes to School Program on Walking and Bicycling
    Lester receives the Chester Rapkin award
    Each year, the editors of the Journal of Planning Education and Research (JPER) appoint a committee to select the best paper in the previous volume of the journal for the Chester Rapkin Award.
    Burby receives ACSP Distinguished Educator Award
    With great pleasure, the Department of City and Regional Planning would like to announce that Professor Emeritus Ray Burby has been awarded the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning’s (ACSP) Distinguished Educator Award.
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