CUES Director John Renne, PhD, AICP contributed to an article in the Wall Street Journal on June 27, 2017: A Florida Rail Project Breaks New Ground by Heidi Mitchell. The article reports on Brightline, the private-public partnership passenger rail project which is the first of its kind built in the U.S. in a century. Read the article
A letter supporting the Wave streetcar in Downtown Fort Lauderdale, written by Dr. John Renne, Associate Professor and Director, Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions, appeared in the Sun Sentinel.
The School of Urban and Regional Planning is very pleased to welcome John Renne, Ph.D., AICP, who has been appointed Associate Professor. Read more
Assembled by the FAU Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions (CUES) staff, graduate assistants, and volunteers, “The Megaphone” is a re-purposed shipping container that has been turned into a creative hub that amplifies the voice of the Sistrunk community in downtown Fort Lauderdale. While exchanging local knowledge through mapping everyday stories of place, the CUES project team is developing planning tool kits that support and promote industries that lead to a “Made in Sistrunk” mentality.