20 is plenty: Three charts explain why speed limits on streets should be reduced.
Spontaneous trips: Washington, D.C.’s Capitol Bikeshare will begin offering individual bike trips for $2 to those without a membership or short-term pass.
New again: The Asian Plaza, home to Viet-Wah and others, in Little Saigon is planned to redevelop as a major mixed-use site.
Better access: How to improve pedestrian and bicycle access to Capitol Hill Station.
Renton rail: Sounder service to Renton in ST3 is unlikely, but what if?
Short-term problem: Is Airbnb and other short-term rentals putting pressure on long-term renters? Knute Berger thinks so and says that this phenomenon is remanifesting itself in Seattle.
The boot: Amazon fired all of their Amazon Prime Now bicycle delivery workers and plans to replace them with drivers.
Jumping in: Lennar, a luxury multi-family housing developer, may take a hand in redevelopment of the Midtown Center site in the Central District.
Fewer sweeps: The Seattle City Council issued a resolution limiting sweeps of the Jungle.
Parisian heritage: Paris is well known for its endearing classic kiosks, but they could be in danger of modernization.
Subway data: A new study reveals an interesting series of relationships between subways and urban growth.
Betting on hydrogen: Tokyo is betting on hydrogen fuel cells to provide energy and cut carbon in time for the 2020 Olympics.
Top five: Five street and sidewalk projects in Capitol Hill and the Central District have made it to the final review stage for feasibility.
Who speaks for you: Mike McGinn takes a stab at who really speaks for neighborhoods.
Revisiting rules: New York is on the verge of making a big overhaul to its 50-year landmarks and preservation laws.
Obstructionist obstructing: Tim Eyman is back on the signature collecting trail in an effort to derail Sound Transit 3, car tabs, and tolling. But don’t worry, the initiative is unconstitutional as proposed.