In 1907, St. Louis was the first city in the United States to develop a comprehensive city plan. What are the effects of 100 years of planning? Where is St. Louis headed over the next 100 years? St. Louis Currents: The Bi-State Region after a Century of Planning explores these questions and many more. St. Louis Currents features articles by many prominent researchers, historians, journalists and leaders from the St. Louis region exploring topics ranging from civic culture to the environment to neighborhood design. St. Louis Currents: The Bi-State Region after a Century of Planning takes a critical look at many of the successes and failures of St. Louis in the past and issues that are currently being faced by the Gateway City. A DVD of the book, which includes the original 1907 City Plan for St. Louis, is sold separately.