Breaking new heights: A first peek at the 102-story Crescent Heights tower set for Downtown Seattle, but there could be issues with the proposal.
Placemaking Bham: Bellingham is completely remaking their streets in Downtown to be more pedestrian and bicycle friendly.
New housing opportunity: Sound Transit is considering the future of surplus property on First Hill.
Safe lanes: Protected bike lanes prove to be more useful in snowy cities than warm cities.
Endless speed: Despite efforts to kill highspeed rail in America, efforts across the nation are unbreakable.
Disconnected: The Campus Parkway bike lanes in the University District will come very close to connecting to the Burke-Gilman Trail, but they won’t quite make it.
Aurora Bridge tragedy: The tragedy of Ride the Ducks struck this week when a tour vehicle collided with a filled charter bus on the Aurora Bridge.
Where the people go: The leading cities of America’s immigrant populations.
From above: Mighty and ominous images of the human condition; they’re stunning.
Parks and mobility: The Seattle Parks District will fund some significant bike and pedestrian facilities to improve neighborhood access.
MA best in biking: Massachusetts has the most advanced bikeway design guide yet in the United States.
Overly romantic: Romanticizing housing of old may not be completely wise and honest to the truth of the past when we look back into it.
Map of the Week: Mapping the world’s pollution in cities worldwide in real time.
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