Bike lane biz: The full business case for making bike lanes by taking over parking spaces.
Street safety: West Seattle will get safety changes on SW 35th Ave, but bike lanes likely won’t be part of it.
Reparked: What you could fit in 93,000 parking spaces in Atlanta? ATL Urbanist has a few ideas.
Family sized: DC is looking at incentive zoning to get more family sized units throughout the city.
Successful parklets: A look at why some parklets work better than others.
Deliver it: New York City has been encouraging late-night deliveries for freight, and it’s been hugely successful for parties of interest. DC wants to be next in piloting a similar program.
Brand new house: SPD Chief Kathleen O’Toole is cleaning house and overhauling the department.
Keeping it affordable: Capitol Hill Housing has managed to make an agreement for 50 years of affordable housing at Squire Park Place. The Stranger talks about what we could do right now to help low-income renters.
Rain messages: Next time you’re walking in the rain, you might just see a message appear on the street.
Microhousing Korean style: Who knew? Bubble tea inspired this microhousing project in Seoul, Korea.
Cap Hill green street: The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce wants to explore an option to make a stretch of Pike/Pine pedestrian-only.
Now testing: CHS has details on testing for the First Hill Streetcar.
Suburban economics: Auto costs and home costs are one reason why the suburbs are so appealing, but it’s probably more nuanced than you think.
More convention space: The Washington State Convention Center is planning a big expansion which could top $1 billion.
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