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While Washington D.C. and its surrounding counties is in the midst of a population, development, and infrastructure investment boom, the region farther south and west in the state of Virginia is bleeding population.
9 hours ago   Bristol Herald Courier
A guest column in the Dallas Morning News takes the Dallas political machine to task for delaying a new tree ordinance.
10 hours ago   The Dallas Morning News
In 20 years, dam removal has gone from a "fringe notion" to "wide acceptance." National Geographic explains how and why this sea change occurred.
11 hours ago   National Geographic
A columnist in St. Paul makes an argument in favor of zoning variances as a driver of incremental growth and economic development.
12 hours ago   Star Tribune
Milwaukee Alderman Joe Dudzik's arguments in opposition to a proposed streetcar project have been heard before.
13 hours ago   Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A survey of the quickly broadening reach of data about the movement of traffic reveals the next step necessary to achieve congestion nirvana: unfettered access to private cell phone data.
14 hours ago   Next City
Melissa Bruntlett pens a thoughtful essay on the importance of female involvement in urbanism issues and activities.
15 hours ago   modacity
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.
16 hours 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.
17 hours ago   CityLab
What was hyped as one of the worst Nor'easters to hit New York City left Central Park with less than six inches of snow. However, New England and Long Island were not spared. NYC subway, buses, and rail shut down, and driving bans took effect.
18 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.
Yesterday   New York Times