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A proposal in Minneapolis would restrict the development of drive-throughs, in pedestrian-friendly parts of the city, as a safety measure for all non-car users of the street.
52 min ago   Minneapolis Star Tribune
Multiple reports about the priciest real estate in New York City say a glut of supply is leading to high vacancies and lower rent.
Yesterday   Bloomberg Business
A competition with $50 million at stake, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Transportation, recently completed its submission deadline. The U.S. DOT reported shock at the level of interest in the competition.
Yesterday   Roadshow
Breaking news came in a pair this week for Google's self-driving car technology.
Yesterday   Quartz
A new report from California's nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office may dispel assumptions that construction of market-rate housing displaces low-income Californians.
Yesterday   California Legislative Analyst's Office
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Philosopher Ivan Illich believed that the bicycle could connect users back to the pace of community-oriented life, that the right of free movement does not lapse just because cities have strapped themselves into ideological seat belts. Blog Post
Yesterday   By Steven Snell
The Transportation Policy Board of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization approved a big spending increase for a project to widen U.S. Highway 183.
Yesterday   Austin Monitor
Included among a budget proposal that likely won't go anywhere, the Obama Administration is recommending the end of a project that would create nuclear power by dismantling nuclear weapons.
Yesterday   The New York Times
A map of bike commuters also maps the political conflicts in a changing Washington, D.C.
Yesterday   Greater Greater Washington
Scott Doyon rewrote a classic children's book as a history of US cities since World War II. Fortunately, it's a quick read. Unfortunately, it's up to all of us how it ends.
Yesterday   PlaceShakers
In an unusual move that doesn't portend well for the EPA initiative, the Supreme Court ruled that the Clean Power Plan Rule that reduces emissions from existing power plants be suspended while it is heard by the Court of Appeals this summer.
2 days ago   Los Angeles Times