Little choice: Hundreds lined up this past weekend for affordable housing that they might not get.
Future competition: BMW is testing a carsharing service that could soon open up in Seattle.
Not so fast: New study suggests that driverless cars could lead to more driving, not less.
Like the old days: Portland has figured out how to get kids walking and biking to school again.
Energizer bus: Metro now has battery-powered buses driving on local routes.
Making amends: Small business owners impacted by the 23rd Ave street rehabilitation project may qualify for mitigation money.
How-to: A new design guide offers advice to developers who want to do affordable housing.
Out of scale: A Seattle Hearing Examiner rejects the approval of a 12-story building proposal ($) in historic Pioneer Square due to height.
Green development: 55 energy efficient dwelling units using the Passivhaus standard could be coming to Capitol Hill.
Narrow funding: Smart Growth America asks why federal funding programs restrict mixed-use development.
Pricey nukes: Why America pays more for nuclear energy, but doesn’t have to.
Less ambitious: Seattle highrise plan gets another revision to shrink the height even further ($).
Better expansion: Seattle Bike Blog examines how Seattle’s bikeshare could be improved through targeted expansions.
Skyscraper city: Crosscut explains Seattle’s highrise boom.
Map of the Week: The world’s 15 most complex subway maps ranked.