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Writing for Woodhouse, Mike Clay leads a worldwide tour of the most innovative bike parking technologies and facilities.
52 min ago   Woodhouse
Joe Eaton reports from Bainville, Montana, which is suffering the effects of the Bakken oil boom, although the majority of the Bakken wells, and its corresponding tax revenue, are in North Dakota.
2 hours ago   National Geographic
Angie Schmitt covers Bike Portland's article on store owners teaming up to bring road diet as a means to improve business.
4 hours ago   Bike Portland
Patch bills advanced in the Senate and the House on Thursday that would keep the Highway Trust Fund solvent through May 2015—good news for state DOTs that will see reduced federal reimbursements on August 1 unless a funding bill is passed soon.
6 hours ago   Politico Morning Transportation
Payton Chung summarizes a new report from the Transportation Research Board that reveals the indicators of successful transit projects.
8 hours ago   Streetsblog USA
Northern California is no stranger to debates about redevelopment, displacement, and the proper mix of affordable and market-rate housing—but this time the setting for these stories is in the state capital of Sacramento.
23 hours ago   Next City
Robert Puentes and Bruce Katz call for expanded partnerships to build the infrastructure of the future. These new partnerships will require customization by sector and the development of new models for revenue and risk sharing.
Yesterday   ReNew Canada
A new book called 'Blue Urbanism: Exploring Connections between Cities and Oceans,' by Timothy Beatley, argues that cities must expand their understanding of urbanism to include their impacts on the oceans.
Yesterday   ASLA The Dirt
Tubers and tourists had their right to litter protected by a district judge in Texas. What they got as a result was…a lot more litter.
Yesterday   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung
The immigration trends in the United States are both changing quickly and a long time in the making, according to new research by the Pew Research Center
Yesterday   Five Thirty Eight
Recent reports reveal that a Chinese Internet search company known as Baidu is developing a bicycle that will ride itself. The technology could be game changer in Asia—China, for instance, has 551 million bike riders.
Yesterday   Tech In Asia