Like many Midwestern states, Pennsylvania is transitioning slowly from an industrial past to a knowledge economy. As it does so, the state’s development patterns—slow growth, fast sprawl, struggling cities and older suburbs—undermines the state’s competitive future. In a presentation to the Congress for the New Urbanism, Bruce Katz assesses Pennsylvania’s efforts to adopt a new competitive agenda.
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[Colorado] is entering a period where it has an opportunity to be the Silicon Valley of space.