Stalling progress: Baltimore creates reasons not to implement its city center bike network.
Draconian priorities: Despite the fact that food aid is working, the Trump administration wants Americans to starve.
Quite skies: Communities across the nation, including here locally, are asking for quieter skies.
Make transit free: As a carbon emission cutting strategy, Germany is joining the bandwagon to trial free public transport.
Trade warring: Urban construction in America could become more expensive with a new tariff by the Trump administration on steel.
Stifling transit: The federal budget under the Trump administration would massively slash funding for local transit projects.
Parisian masterpiece: Paris wants to create a massive park five times the size of Central Park in its suburbs.
Devastating trend: Polar ice continues to melt away at disastrous and high rates.
Leaving Americans behind: Public housing would take a massive hit under the Trump budget.
HSR now: Cascadia Rail has launched its campaign for regional high-speed rail.
Doesn’t require transit: Strong Towns says that you don’t need to start with transit to build walkable communities.
Subdivision policy: Why you should care about subdivision regulations.
Next SnoCo highrise: Lynnwood is slated to get an 18-story apartment building ($), the second tallest building in Snohomish County.
Mixing uses: In Port Orchard, a mixed-use building will seamlessly feature a new public library on the ground floor.
Blocking Brightline: In Florida, counties are filing lawsuits to block higher-speed rail to Orlando.
Rural longevity: CityLab explores why rural Britons outlive their American counterparts.
Transit gaps: Jarrett Walker argues the problems with “transit gap” analyses.
NHL in Seattle: The National Hockey League has received an application from Seattle for a franchise expansion.
Capitol Hill home: The Mexican consulate is moving into the old Harvard Exit in Capitol Hill.
Success story: A new trail opened up underneath a loathed elevated expressway in Toronto last month and its attracting many users.
Bring back our trolleys: A campaign is afoot to restore the historic Benson Trolleys and bring them back to Seattle streets.