Fight for the future: Will the Democratic majority in the Washington State Legislature be successful at making progress on environmental laws?
Great American commute divide: Richard Florida highlights the great divide in how Americans commute to work.
Bike UW: Sound Transit plans to make bike parking at University of Washington Station better.
Regional effort: In the Bay Area, a regional effort to address the affordable housing crisis advances.
Poaching from transit: According to a new study, Uber and Lyft are directly responsible for the decline in transit use across America by poaching transit trips.
New housing: Two big projects in Yesler Terrace will bring 550 new dwelling units.
Barbican music hall: Why London’s next concert hall design looks crazy, but has a purpose.
Unique circumstances: In a record breaking payout, Seattle will settle for $65.75 million with a victim of an ambulance crash in 2016.
Incrementalism: StrongTowns asks if a big city can solve a big housing shortage incrementally.
Inducing congestion: For cities wanting to reduce congestion, Uber’s rewards program is a bad deal.
SEA to DCA: The Rails-To-Trails Conservancy wants to build a trail from Seattle to Washington, D.C.
Unclear data: A new study on e-scooter injuries raises more questions than it answers.
Map of the Week: Where automation will displace the most workers in America.
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