Fearing change: Tacoma residents are concerned about the scale of development in the Proctor District and aren’t so keen on more housing options in single-family areas.
Seawall problems: The Seattle seawall project is over budget and delayed.
Skyhigh pool: London may just get a pool in the clouds.
Well parked: The history of the Olmsted Brothers and their greening of Seattle.
Powered by oil: Total vehicle miles traveled is back at 2007 numbers, but per capita driving is still down.
Car sewering: New York Mayor Bill de Blasio mulls over the re-carification of Broadway because costumed minions or something.
Going Euro: WSDOT is testing out zigzags marking to see if they improve safety near pedestrian crossings.
15 Now: Seatac Airport is now subject to the City of Seatac’s $15 per hour minimum wage after a landmark decision by the Washington State Supreme Court.
Pavement to parks: Mexico City is transforming a busy street to a magnificent public park.
Keep moving: A legal challenge to the Move Seattle levy fails in court.
Safer streets: Four videos showing how safety redesigns of streets work.
Equitable partnership: Pronto gains a partner in providing low-income memberships.
Timber!: The Province of Québec approves a new building code allowing the construction of 12-story structures using cross-laminated timber.
Keep it simple: Complex traffic lights make cities less safe.
Streets for all: Portland rolls out new bike lanes that work with pedestrians and trains.
Parking reform: The Capitol Hill EcoDistrict is looking at options for future parking reform.
Taking a count: Seattle is taking a comprehensive inventory of trail conditions to determine where upgrades may be needed.
Got segregation?: The “architecture” of segregation is deeply layered.
One mile: See one square mile of earth in a series of photos.
Forever young: Why Millennial aren’t forming new households.
Unequal poverty: How black poverty differs from white poverty.
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