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“Aerotropolis” – a book every planner must read!


This past weekend, I wrapped up a totally engaging book entitled, Aerotropolis: The Way we’ll Live Next by John Kasarda and Greg Lindsay.  If there is a single, definitive book on the topic of transportation planning for the first quarter to half of the 21st century, … Continue reading

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The age of the aerotropolis beltway


In the midst of reading John Kasarda and Greg Lindsay’s definitive and thoroughly interesting book entitled Aerotropolis: The Way We’ll Live Next, I began to ponder some of the surface transportation ramifications of this megatrend. In particular, those impacts taking … Continue reading

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Are we over-prospecting for aerotropolis gold?


Exactly how many aerotropoli can be viable within a certain geographic area? This question is especially important when three of these facilities are in various stages of fruition in just one small corner of one American state? For those who … Continue reading

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