Craig Lewis

Craig Lewis, AICP, LEED AP, CNU-A, is a planner and urban designer in our Urban Places team, with more than 20 years of award-winning experience implementing new urbanism and sustainability in hundreds of communities throughout the United States.

  • Electric scooters are everywhere—what should we learn from them to plan future mobility?

    Electric scooters are everywhere—what should we learn from them to plan future mobility?

    The rapid global rise of this small-but-mighty transit tool offers 7 takeaways for cities preparing for their future

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  • A collaborative planning process helps chart a new course in Charlotte, North Carolina

    A collaborative planning process helps chart a new course in Charlotte, North Carolina

    The community-driven South End Vision Plan will help transform the area into a cohesive, dynamic, urban transit-oriented neighborhood

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  • Craig Lewis Presentation Slides: Zoning & Regulations for Retail Vitality

    Craig Lewis Presentation Slides: Zoning & Regulations for Retail Vitality

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  • Webinar Recording: Why Urban Design Still Matters

    Webinar Recording: Why Urban Design Still Matters

    From changing commercial and retail realities to the modern epidemic of obesity, there are a lot of reasons to take hard looks at how we design our cities.

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  • Brooklyn Village: equity and innovation in urban revitalization12:54

    Brooklyn Village: equity and innovation in urban revitalization

    One of the largest redevelopment projects in the Carolinas, Brooklyn Village digs into the cultural roots of a community.

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  • Smaller cities lighten up on minimum parking requirements

    Smaller cities lighten up on minimum parking requirements

    Read Craig Lewis's article in Development Magazine.

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  • Why the switch to electric vehicles may be more important than the rush to autonomous cars

    Why the switch to electric vehicles may be more important than the rush to autonomous cars

    4 steps in our transition to autonomous mobility starts with embracing EVs—and ultimately converting our minds away from vehicle ownership

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  • Can you use math to create great urbanism?

    Can you use math to create great urbanism?

    The key to people-oriented places is contained within the geometry of a simple right triangle.

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  • The parking problem: Does form really follow function?

    The parking problem: Does form really follow function?

    How minimum parking standards make it difficult to design places for people, not cars

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  • Autonomous Vehicles will change land use planning. What you should be thinking about now

    Autonomous Vehicles will change land use planning. What you should be thinking about now

    The technology changes Connected and Autonomous Vehicles will bring to land planning are numerous—and exciting!

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