Skyscraper city: An updated version of Seattle skyscraper projects in infographic form.
Extended death row: The Harvard Exit will last just a few more days; say goodbye on January 11th.
Slow it down: Sightline makes the case that 20mph is plenty for residential streets.
Health of streets: New research shows that street network design can affect your health.
Bicycle helmets: Staff over at The Stranger discuss (argue) over whether requiring bicycle helmets is ridiculous or not.
Working class relief: Governor Jay Inslee wants to create a working class tax rebate ($) for Washington residents.
Water vision: The struggle of St. Petersburg, Florida to revitalize its waterfront pier may have success this time.
Ferry suburb: The history on how a ferry made Brooklyn the very first suburb.
Pro labor: The world’s most worker-friendly countries in 7 charts; let’s just say, pretty much anywhere is better than here…
Build the rail: An opinion piece to the Everett Herald to expand light rail to Paine Field and Everett.
Density: A comparative set of visualizations that show how population density is allocated in major cities across the globe.
If Bertha fails: Mayor Murray believes that if Bertha fails, we’re probably never going to have another tunnel for transit.
Development hate: Apparently San Francisco residents love to hate a new tower going up on Market Street, despite the fact that it’s displacing no one; for what it’s worth, the tower is flashy in a good way.
Coming in 2015: All the key multi-modal projects that are slated to begin or be delivered in 2015.
Data matters: Despite the controversy over a particular bike lane in Vancouver, BC, the lanes are delivering positive numbers in the effort to promote biking.
Debunked: The case by WSDOT that the deep bore tunnel project is 70% complete is graciously debunked ($).
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