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Metro Transit officials announced the opening date for the A Line—the first of potentially many more rapid bus routes featuring platform level boarding and signal priority.
1 hour ago   MinnPost
It's not just millennials anymore. A new study finds more people are going without driver's licenses than in previous decades.
3 hours ago   NPR
Plans are underway to build the world's first domed city.
5 hours ago   Tech Insider
After an eight-hour debate, the Rhode Island House of Representatives approved controversial truck-only toll legislation that will make Rhode Island the only state to apply tolls to large trucks but not other motor vehicles.
21 hours ago   NBC 10 News
There has been no shortage of responses to the story about St. Louis letting decorated sidewalks fade away after encountering federal policy that recommends more subdued colors.
23 hours ago   Streetsblog USA
Trulia has undertaken an in-depth analysis of American Community Survey data to reveal some of the impacts of the recession on the housing market.
Yesterday   Trulia
The Chicago Transit Authority has something to celebrate as it tries to dig itself out of a budgetary hole.
Yesterday   Chicago Tribune
There are a few reasons one should exercise caution while crossing the street illegally. In Massachusetts, fear of a fine is not one of them.
Yesterday   CBS Boston
An online video game has the perfect remedy for anyone who hates modernism—and Le Corbusier more specifically.
Yesterday   The Architect's Newspaper
A drill named Pamela, tasked with digging the tunnel for the Sound Transit light rail extension from Husky Stadium to Northgate, was stuck in the dirt under Seattle for several months.
Yesterday   The Seattle Times
The easy part for politicians at both the city and the county of Los Angeles is over. Funding their plans to improve services for the homeless will be the hard part.
Yesterday   Los Angeles Times