Latest from Urban Issues

Latest Urban Issues articles from Jacksonville, FL

2007: Hemming Park Dark, May Hurt Laura Street Corridor

The following article was originally published April 10, 2007. For several months in 2007 there was serious discussion of the development of the Laura Street Corridor to provide an initial street traffic creating backbone from whence to spread a vibrant city center development.The idea that the creation...

Read More

America’s Highways are Crumbling. Is That a Bad Thing?

Our highway infrastructure is falling apart and John Norquist, former mayor of Milwaukee, believes this is a good thing. Ryan Holeywell of the Houston-based Kinder Institute for Urban Research (http://urbanedge.blogs.rice.edu/2015/09/09/americas-highways-are-crumbling-is-that-a-bad-thing/#.Vf9aad9VhBd)...

Read More

5 Tips for improving Jacksonville's Civic Brand

An interesting editorial by National Sign Plazas (NSP) (http://nsp.biz/nsp/5-tips-for-improving-your-civic-brand/?inf_contact_key=62143a293d132aec656e7db73ebfdecf7d50cbb8e77ea1da11896e0af673e0dd) highlighting 5 tips for cities like Jacksonville to improve their civic brand. Take a look and tell us if...

Read More

The State of Downtown Jacksonville

Is downtown making a comeback? Take a look for yourself. Here's Downtown Vision's latest State of Downtown report.

Read More

How Jax Compares: The Different Faces of Density

Density comes in all shapes, forms and sizes. Here's how some of Jacksonville's most popular neighborhoods compare in density with select walkable neighborhoods in well known American cities.

Read More

 PREV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 NEXT  Last ›