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Two proposals for library makeovers in Brooklyn tie into a larger narrative about development, and architecture, in New York City.
14 hours ago   New York Times
And an update from Codes Study about the 600 places that really are upping their game with form-based codes.
15 hours ago   PlaceShakers
The law enforcement results are in from the first year of Vision Zero policy in New York City.
16 hours ago   StreetsBlog NYC
In our work to build communities of opportunity where low-income people and people of color can thrive, we must acknowledge that income is how you get out of poverty, assets are how you stay out.
17 hours ago   Rooflines
A guest column on the Saporta Report offers a reminder of the many critical public needs that compete with transportation funding for state dollars.
18 hours ago   Saporta Report
The popular navigation app Waze includes a feature that rewards users for revealing the location of police officers. A debate over the public safety impacts of that feature is gaining traction, and some police officers want the feature removed.
19 hours ago   Fusion
An informal survey of transit ridership data reveals that Philadelphia's SEPTA has the highest percentage of women riders. But what does that data say about SEPTA and transit in general?
20 hours ago   PlanPhilly
The greater Bay Area is enjoying a substantial increase in road maintenance funding from local measures, like bonds, city and county sales taxes, and development fees, part of a growing trend in compensating for a shortage of state gas tax funds.
21 hours ago   Inside Bay
Setting off a political firestorm in the words of one journalist, President Obama proposed to designate most of the pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as wilderness, angering congressional Republicans.
22 hours ago   The Wall Street Journal
The following report surveys the current state of Internet technology as employed by the planning department of over 500 cities in the United States. Exclusive
23 hours ago  By Billy Riggs
Last fall's Republican victories might mean that state legislatures will turn back the clock on laws requiring renewable energy.
Yesterday   Governing