A mere day after the Interior Department announced it would permanently block drilling in much of the Arctic Refuge by designating it as wilderness, it proposed allowing drilling in the Gulf, along Atlantic coast, and surprisingly, offshore Alaska.
1 hour ago McClatchy Washington Bureau
A recent spate of articles pronounced the resurrection of the suburb, so CityLab laid the false dichotomies that drive such proclamations to rest.
2 hours ago CityLab
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3 hours ago The New York Times
Two proposals for library makeovers in Brooklyn tie into a larger narrative about development, and architecture, in New York City.
18 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.
19 hours ago PlaceShakers
The law enforcement results are in from the first year of Vision Zero policy in New York City.
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21 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.
22 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.
23 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?