Wonderful article on Mike Melvill, the guy who flew the SpaceShipOne into space over Mojave this week, <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2004/06/23/national/23pilot.html?adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1088182871-HI2ZLuZP7F30D8gtGDJreQ">here</a>. It's by non-reader but talented New York Times writer John Schwartz.
Wonderful article on Mike Melvill, the guy who flew the SpaceShipOne into space over Mojave this week, here. It's by non-reader but talented New York Times writer John Schwartz.
The Hyperloop’s Prospects Dim
The media is coming around to the idea that the hyperloop is not a near-term solution for the country’s transportation woes. It’s too little, too obvious, too late.
Where Housing Costs Are Falling Fastest
Although median home prices remain close to record highs in many cities, some of the country’s priciest metro areas are seeing home prices plummet.
The Great American Exodus: A Conservative's Perspective
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The Resilience of Bikeshare
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Cities Plan to Sue Over Oregon’s Parking Reforms
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Winners of the 2022 American Society of Landscape Architects
The Society’s annual awards highlight projects focused on reconnecting communities to the landscape and creating healthy community spaces.
California High Speed Rail Authority
City of Fargo, North Dakota
City of Crystal River
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