Food lot: A pilot program for food trucks in the Sea-Tac Airport cellphone lot has launched.
Highly concentrated: Venture capital remains highly concentrated in just a few key geographic regions.
Less parked: Sightline argues for fewer parking requirements in Seattle.
War on people: Traffic fatalities rose sharply over the past year in America.
New CM: Kirsten Harris-Talley was selected as a new Seattle councilmember to replace former Councilmember Tim Burgess who is now mayor.
It’s got Seoul: Seoul’s own “high line” has opened and it’s quite remarkable.
Nightmare future: Congress is readying itself to let automakers of autonomous vehicles in early beta run amok with almost no regulation.
Crisis mode: Six charts highlight the disturbing national trends of the opioid crisis.
Ageing in place: Urban Americans say that they want to age in their neighborhoods.
Renton transit: Seattle Transit Blog reports that Renton is rethinking how transit should work in its city center.
A little light: Well designed street lighting can do a lot to invigorate a community.
Bellevue’s new tunnel: Sound Transit gave a preview of its Downtown Bellevue light rail tunnel this week.
End of an era: The elevator in Smith Tower is going from manual to automatic.
Stuck in CO2: Gas-efficient vehicles probably aren’t going to save the world.
Map of the Week: See the geography of mass shootings in America since 1982.
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