ST3 supports equitable development: An op-ed in the South Seattle Emerald says that Sound Transit 3 will deliver equitable development.
Tackling climate change: How cities like Cleveland can grow and tackle climate change.
North Rainier project: A six-story, 100-unit apartment project is planned for 23rd Ave S and Rainier Ave S just blocks from a future light rail station.
The Pronto saga: The Seattle City Council is entertaining choices between killing Pronto or doing something a little more with the existing system.
Greening Detroit: Detroiters are turning abandoned homes into greenhouses.
Inclusive companies: A new tool highlights the steps toward building an inclusive company.
Eastside Trail: $10 million has been allocated toward rehabilitating the Wilburton Trestle in Bellevue for the Eastside Trail, but will it open by 2020?
Cross-border misery: Swedish residents who work in Denmark are suing their government for delays brought on by new border checks.
Boomtown USA: Seattle has 58 cranes dotting the skyline right now ($), the most of any city in the United States.
Water resource planning: State Supreme Court tells Whatcom County that counties planning under the Growth Management Act must also plan for water resources
Microhousing and hotel: Capitol Hill could be getting 42-unit microhousing project that will also include four floors of hotel units just feet from the new light rail station.
Tying the region together: Seattle Bike Blog says that Sound Transit 3 isn’t about light rail, it’s about bringing our region closer together.
Modern swank: Calgary’s Bankview neighborhood is getting a very whimsical new multi-family condominium development.
Keeping the lights on: Lynnwood is keeping its redlight cameras on.
Growing the bike share: Center city Philadelphia commuters are increasingly arriving by bike.
Moving forward: Redevelopment and preservation plans for the former Value Village building in Capitol Hill appear to be final.
Annexation plan: Lake Stevens looks towards future annexations of nearby unincorporated areas.
Disingenuous editors: Seattle Transit Blog thoroughly rebuts the lies and faux arguments published by The Seattle Times Editorial Board in its against endorsement Sound Transit 3.