In the News: New York Needs More Equitable, Collaborative, and Transparent Urban Planning

Read the latest op-ed from Rebecca Karp and Cali Williams in Crain’s New York. In their article, New York Needs More Equitable, Collaborative, and Transparent Urban Planning, they consider the future of New York City and make the argument for systemic change in our planning and development processes. Rebecca and Cali discuss the need for collaboration across the private, government, and nonprofit sectors, for equitable decision-making, and for clear pathways to facilitate cross-sector information sharing.

This article originally appeared in Crain’s New York on July 15, 2020.


New York Needs More Equitable, Collaborative, and Transparent Urban Planning