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Portland, Oregon's Urban Growth Boundary: Smart growth or a stranglehold on the city?

When it is not being sent up for its bike karaoke and ironic mustaches, Portland, Oregon, is being held up as the city that threw out the rule book for conventional city growth patterns in the U.S. It is distinctly more walkable,...

source: By Lucy Wallwork
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It's that time of year again… not Daylight Savings Time, though that has happened. It's not quite Spring, though we are getting close (if you believe the groundhog). March 14th (3/14) is Pi Day, the annual celebration of one of the crucial mathematical constants,...

source: Point of Beginning

Speaking at the MAPPS Winter Conference, a group of aerial mapping specialists described the progress being made with various aerial mapping projects and programs, and noted a strong future from collection to final product. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration...

source: Point of Beginning

National nonresidential construction spending rose 2.4 percent in January, according to an Associated Builders and Contractors analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data released today. At a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, nonresidential...

source: The American Surveyor

Black Swift Technologies (BST), a specialized engineering firm based in Boulder, CO, announced today it has completed the first phase of a NASA-funded project to demonstrate the effectiveness of fusing a host of onboard sensors to develop a terrain-following fixed-wing unmanned...

source: The American Surveyor

How would you like to be a scientist, or an adventurer, or a historian? Would you like to learn about ancient tools and techniques, or do you prefer to work with some of the most modern technologies available? Would you like to work in the heart of major cities around the...

source: New Hampshire Union Leader

A 20-page study issued by the urban research and advocacy organization known as Regional Plan Association in mid-February found that a shutdown of a 110-year old, two-track train tunnel under the Hudson River would cost the U.S. economy $16 billion over four years, with...

source: Construction Equipment Guide


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