Kids prevail: The Supreme Court of the United States refuses to hear Trump’s appeal against children suing the federal government over climate change.

Temporary shuttle: A temporary tourist shuttle to Seattle’s waterfront is running through October.

Pay for lanes: Bird, an electric scooter startup, wants to help pay for bike lanes in cities where they operate.

Planner for mayor: Toronto’s former chief planner is running for mayor.

Bikes save money: In an op-ed, Chris and Melissa Bruntlett argue why biking saves everyone money.

Modular revolution: Could modular construction be a game-changer in affordable housing?

Tunnel to UBC: The City of Vancouver wants to tunnel the SkyTrain extension from Arbutus to University of British Columbia.

Tailpipe polluter: Trump wants to cut fuel efficiency standards for cars.

Stopped project: A $40 million, seven-story apartment building in Downtown Tacoma has been halted.

Actually saving: Living in high cost areas may counterintuitively be future savings to renters.

Revamping B’more’s Penn: Amtrak wants ideas on redeveloping Baltimore’s Penn Station.

Speech: Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda made an impassioned speech on biking and bike infrastructure.

Maybe both: Are Millennials urbanites or suburbanites?

Strike: Rent strikes have come to Los Angeles.

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