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The latest round of funding for the Choice Neighborhoods program adds a new component—"Planning and Action Grants."
4 hours ago   Next City
"Every city light, city park, community center, fire station and service yard," in Sin City will be powered by renewable energy in January 2017, according to an announcement by Mayor Carolyn Goodman.
6 hours ago   Las Vegas Sun
A Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce report offers compelling evidence of the borough's ongoing transformation.
8 hours ago   Crain's New York Business
Ten key conferences in 2016 for planners, architects, and urban design professionals, summarized by Clement Lau, a Los Angeles County planner.
10 hours ago   UrbDeZine
Don't worry; we're not mentioning belts to make you feel too guilty to enjoy today's meal.
12 hours ago   Vox
A new study examines the question of how to achieve neighborhood transformation through the Choice Neighborhoods federal grant program.
Yesterday   Urban Institute
Never go to a gas station again. We're not talking about transit—we're talking about an app that sends people to your car to fill it up with gas with no service charge.
Yesterday   Los Angeles Times
A goal for the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission to have established new rules for oil and gas drilling is looking less likely with each fruitless hearing.
Yesterday   The Denver Post
The answer to the question posed by the New York Times is surprising. Hint: Don't blame the customer if the sales force isn't trying to sell them on vehicles that never need to go to a service station to purchase fuel.
Yesterday   The New York Times - Science
The unions of two groups sometimes pitted against each other in seeking their agenda for the bus system in Memphis have joined together against a common foe: the management of the Memphis Area Transit Authority.
Yesterday   The Memphis Flyer
The high cost of free parking is almost, but not quite, common knowledge. Many, but not all, people realize the pernicious effects of parking requirements. A map can help illustrate this spreading awareness.
Yesterday   Strong Towns