城市规划

主办:中国城市规划学会

承办:中国城市规划设计研究院

主编:吴良镛

副主编:王静霞

执行主编:石 

杂志社经理:李  

责任编辑:庄淑亭 王文彤  斌 

平面设计:边秀花

出版:《城市规划》杂志社有限

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国内总发行: 北京报刊发行局

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国内统一刊号:CN 11-2378/TU

国际标准刊号:ISSN 1002-1329

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