Adnan Morshed, assistant professor, architecture was quoted in the Star Bussiness Report discussing urban palnning as it relates to the capital of the United States. See below.
From: The Daily Star (via the Star Business Report) Date: Sept. 26, 2016
Housing estates and mass transport systems can solve much of the residential and traffic congestion in the capital, an urban planner and architect said yesterday.
Such measures can also ensure community living and lower violence and crimes, said Adnan Morshed, associate professor at the Catholic University of America's architecture and planning department.
"Plots are killing the cities," he said referring to the Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkho's projects of making plots and selling those to individuals.