The Second Annual Yolanda Garcia Community Planner Award

Named for the founder of community organization Nos Quedamos, the Yolanda Garcia Community Planner Award was created to commemorate her work in the south Bronx and highlight the efforts of community-based planners in New York City. Learn more about this years award recipients.


Today’s Headlines

Rally for Congestion Pricing at Albany Today (Sun) Post Says Pricing Odds Are Long The Bush Admin’s Pursuit of Road Pricing (WaPo) Pace of Reducing Car Emissions Slow to Pick Up (WSJ) Minnesota Bridge Was Carrying 99 Tons of Sand at Time of Collapse (NYT) Community Board Plans Would Gain Clout Under New Bill (TRE) […]

Friday Jobs Market

Looking to hire a smart, qualified person for a position in transportation planning, engineering, IT, or advocacy? Post a listing on the Streetsblog Jobs Board and reach our national audience of dedicated readers. Looking for a job? Here are the current listings: Executive Director, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s […]

Planners Network NYC Disorientation and Fall Social

Do you believe that urban planning should be a tool for eliminating inequalities and injustice, rather than maintaining the status quo? If so, come to the second annual Planners Network NYC Disorientation and Fall Social, to meet other progressive planners, activists, students, and professors! This event will have mixing, discussion corners, and fun & games. […]

Livability: A Small Town Value

Davidson, North Carolina, population 7,100, isn’t the kind of global metropolis that is normally looked to as a cutting-edge example of sustainable transportation planning. By making new development walkable and bikeable, Davidson, North Carolina preserved its small town character as it grew. Photo: U.S. EPA But a new series from Transportation for America holds up […]