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7 hours ago
A recent study from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) predicts some of the economic impacts of climate change.
Governing
9 hours ago
"Why does Old City keep burning?" That's the question posed by Philadelphia Inquirer architecture critic Inga Saffron.
The Philadelphia Inquirer
11 hours ago
Black Panther is a smash hit with critics and audiences. In addition to long-needed perspective about race, the movie has presented urbanism in a new light.
CityLab
Yesterday
The Olive-270/Westport submarket in St. Louis County is on a hot streak with commercial development.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Yesterday
Short of running the First Hill Streetcar on it's own dedicated right of way, the Seattle Department of Transportation has a few ideas for how to speed up service.
The Urbanist
Yesterday
The 12th Street station in Oakland, California will provide an initial test of a rail transit safety technology known as screen doors. Screen doors are rare in the United States, but not in other parts of the world.
Streetsblog SF
Yesterday
Bus transit has been hemorrhaging riders in New York City, and the MTA is readying a plan to address some of the problems.
AM New York
Yesterday
To ensure funding for the LBJ East, Texas Transportation Commission officials might take three other major highway projects off the table.
Dallas News
Yesterday
Polluters are going unpunished.
Vox
Yesterday
Redfin's most recent ranking of public transit access features some serious moves, both up and down the list.
Redfin