Megaregions and Multi-Jurisdictional Planning
What are Megaregions?
Megaregions are characterized as a network of urban clusters and their surrounding areas, connected by the existing economic, social and infrastructure relationships. This section introduces the megaregion concept and identifies the megaregions commonly cited in the United States.
- Hagler, 2009. Defining US Megaregions
- Lang and Dhavale, 2005. Beyond Megalopolis
- Lang, 2009. The Cascadia Corridor
- Lyons, 2012. The Challenge of Transportation Planning for Megaregions
- Ross et al., 2008. Megaregions: Literature Review of the Implications for U.S.
- Infrastructure Investment and Transportation Planning
- Ross et al., 2008. Proceedings of the Megaregions and Transportation Symposium
- Ross et al., 2009. Delineating Existing and Emerging Megaregions (not online, hard copy available)
- Ross et al., 2011. Megaregions: Literature Review of Organizational Structures and Finance of Multi-jurisdictional Initiatives and the Implications for Megaregion Transportation Planning in the U.S.
- RPA, 2007. The Healdsburg Research Seminar on Megaregions