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A new study confirmed that the average Los Angeles renter allocates 47 percent of their paycheck towards rent.
9 min ago   KPCC
In November, voters in Cleveland can decide whether or not to ban the use of automatic traffic cameras to catch red-light violators.
1 hour ago   ideastream
The FXX cable network is amidst a massive marathon of all 552 episodes of the Simpsons. Joseph Rose, took a break from cartoon bliss to produce ten of his favorite scenes building jokes out of transportation experiences.
2 hours ago   The Oregonian
The 10-mile Colfax Ave corridor has the city's highest bus ridership but plagued by traffic congestion. After a 2-year study, bus rapid transit with dedicated lanes was selected by city and county staff as part of a $115 million investment strategy.
3 hours ago   The Denver Post
Adding 175 new stations by Spring 2015, the Divvy expansion would add 1,750 bicycles to the system in wards further away from the downtown core.
4 hours ago   Chicago Tribune
A study by computer scientists from the University of Michigan shows how easy it is to hack and control traffic lights.
5 hours ago   Vox
Brian Wilt, a data scientist at Jawbone, the company behind many fitness trackers, aggregated sleeping patterns of people across the world to see how people's sleeping cycles compare.
6 hours ago   Vox
Dave Munson discovered the neighborhoods throughout the United States that are both affordable by his salary and walkable.
7 hours ago   Munson's City
Parking guru Donald Shoup discusses how the city of Los Angeles can fix its roughly 4,300 miles of sidewalk that require some degree of repair, for free.
22 hours ago   Los Angeles Times
The recent purchase of land to close gaps in the Florida Greenways and Trails System resulted from partnerships between state, regional and county governments to protect land for recreation and conservation in the Sunshine State.
23 hours ago   The Palm Beach Post
In his latest essay on interpretation of the urban environment, Chuck Wolfe suggests that if we take away context clues cities become matrices -- with blank cells to complete -- where each of us personalizes how space meets time.
Yesterday   The Huffington Post