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Toronto will begin rolling out a program to narrow traffic lanes on the city's streets. The new lane policy, recently completed, was in the works for the past year.
41 min ago   The Globe and Mail
Some people just can't find beauty any where in the world—even while visiting the world's most iconic buildings.
2 hours ago   Citymetric
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has proposed a new fee on landlords to help enforce scofflaws. An editorial by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, however, argues that the math behind the fee doesn’t add up.
18 hours ago   Pittsburg Post-Gazette
Cincinnati currently stands at 45th in the nation in bike commuting share. But the city is bike commute share is leading the nation in its rate of adoption.
20 hours ago   Next City
The Toronto Star picks up on the Urban Land Institute's Emerging Trends in Real Estate report, finding the trend of urbanization in Canada to reflect the trend in the United States.
22 hours ago   The Toronto Star
The top court's decision on Tuesday to review the first-ever regulation of mercury is a setback for Obama's environmental agenda, in part because it has implications for other EPA initiatives including Wednesday's proposal to tighten the ozone rule.
Yesterday   The Wall Street Journal
Humboldt Construction Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of a Chicago CDC, has been providing local employment and high-quality work for over 30 years.
Yesterday   Shelterforce Magazine
A post on the Chicago magazine site dives into research showing how Chicago has segregated by income since the 1970s.
Yesterday   Chicago Magazine
Bloomberg reports that the dream vehicle of commuters everywhere—a flying car—might be available on the market within three years.
Yesterday   Bloomberg
A proposed oil-by-rail facility proposed for the Port of Vancouver could set a new standard for capacity.
Yesterday   The Columbian
New Republic reprinted a portion of William Frey's new book, "Diversity Explosion: How New Racial Demographics are Remaking America."
Yesterday   The New Republic