Transit in the Era of Shared Mobility

June 6, 2019

There are several conflicting trends in the rapidly changing transportation market, which are impacting transit ridership is varying ways. Transportation Network Companies have the potential to reduce or replace the need for auto ownership and may serve some populations better … Continued

Lowe Named CURS Interim Director

May 20, 2019

On June 30, 2019, longtime Center for Urban and Regional Studies (CURS) Director Bill Rohe will step down from his CURS leadership role as he moves into phased retirement. Senior Associate Dean for Social Sciences and Global Programs Rudi Colloredo-Mansfeld … Continued

Recognized as a Nancy Weiss Malkiel Scholar

May 14, 2019

Carolina Planning Assistant Professor Danielle Spurlock has been named one of ten Nancy Weiss Malkiel Scholars at the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.  The Malkiel Scholars Award, funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, is given to junior faculty whose … Continued

Alumnus Jay Chatterjee (’61 MRP) Returns

May 13, 2019

Recently ’61 DCRP alumnus Jay Chatterjee returned to Carolina Planning to give a talk and meet with our students.  During his stay, students were fortunate to hear his feedback on their ULI Hines Competition presentation. The ULI Hines, is a … Continued

Student ULI Hines Competition

May 9, 2019

Every year Carolina Planning students participate in the ULI Hines Competition–the national design competition in which multidisciplinary teams of students propose visionary development programs for a real site in a North American urban core. This semester, a small group of … Continued

Evolution of Urban Development Networks

May 6, 2019

As director of the Program on Chinese Cities, an initiative within UNC-Chapel Hill’s Center for Urban and Regional Studies and Department of City and Regional Planning to study urbanization in China, Yan Song has seen how the evolution of networks … Continued