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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Stephen is an urban planner with a passion for sustainable, livable, and diverse cities. He is especially interested in how policies, regulations, and programs can promote positive outcomes for communities. Stephen lives in Kenmore and primarily covers land use and transportation issues for The Urbanist.