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Urban planning agencies at the national, state, province, regional, county and city level.
This page is for sites relating to local, regional, and community-scale development.

Resources for national or international development should be submitted to Science: Social Sciences: Economics: Development Economics.

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Sites offering information on regional, community, and economic development initiatives.

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Architecture firms should be submitted to Business: Construction and Maintenance: Design: Architects

Civil engineering firms should be submitted to Business: Industrial Goods and Services: Engineering: Civil

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Private sector consultants providing urban planning services.
Sites related to education and instruction in the discipline of urban and regional planning.
This category includes figures involved in the theory and practice of urban and regional planning. Some are academics or writers, while others have planned or designed regions, cities, towns, neighborhoods, or individual sites.

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Sites providing resources related transportation as an element or topic in urban and regional planning. Topics include transit, multi-modal systems, and transportation demand management.

Sites listed in this category include commercial architectural and design firms focused on designing urban buildings and spaces.

Sites for firms focused on the socioeconomic aspects of land use planning and developing urban spaces are listed under Science/Social_Sciences/Urban_and_Regional_Planning/Consultants/

Urban design is a multidisciplinary approach to organizing and solving physical development in an urban setting. It ties together the architectural, site, transportation and social planning aspects with the political and economic considerations necessary to maintain the momentum of development.

Sites listed in this category include commercial architectural and design firms focused on designing urban buildings and spaces.

Sites for firms focused on the socioeconomic aspects of land use planning and developing urban spaces are listed under Science/Social_Sciences/Urban_and_Regional_Planning/Consultants/

Often called blogs, weblogs are frequently-updated sites with commentary and links arranged chronologically. Planning weblogs often examine issues like public policy, urban design, transportation, the environment, architecture, and social equity.
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