Vision Zero USA: A Portland congressperson heroically submits a Vision Zero bill in DC.
Approved: A Seattle hearing examiner rejected an appeal of the land use decision for a new King County youth jail in the Central District.
Bad water, bad air: What American cities looked like before the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Uber bad: What’s the trouble with Uber?
Soda tax?: FYI Guy says that the proposed soda tax in Seattle unfairly favors rich, white residents while lower-income earners get the raw end of the deal.
Single use Battery: If you’ve ever wanted to walk through the Battery Street tunnel, Sunday is your opportunity to do it.
More crashes: The flipside of roundabouts is that while they reduce the severity of collisions, they general lead to more crashes.
Speed it up: One way to win back bus riders is by speeding up bus boarding.
Highway plans: Bike Portland covers three Portland-area highway projects that could get funded.
Bankrupt: Republicans who control one-half of the Washington State Legislature don’t have a credible plan to fill the budget gap for education.
Bikeward!: Bellevue has approved funding for rapid implementation of its bike plan.
Trump-proof: Seattle could Trump-Proof Seattle if an income tax on high-income earners is imposed raising tens of of millions of dollars per year.
Alternative method: Sightline Institute explores what multi-member districts in Oregon would look like.
Bad judgment: The authoritarian Trump administration will have an opportunity to replace the local judge who halted that administration’s racist travel ban.
Fascinating and terrifying: The television series “The Man in the High Castle” recreates an alternative Berlin dreamed up by the Third Reich.
Old school: What did Seattle’s zoning look like in the past compared to today?
Back in biz: A year on from the big explosion, G&O Family Cyclery finds a new home in Greenwood.
Map of the Week: America’s affordable housing crisis mapped.
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