Cleaner energy in DE: Germany will phase all of its coal power plants by 2038.
Incentivizing biking: An Italian city will pay people to ride bikes to work.
Banning carbon infrastructure: King County has passed a temporary ban on fossil fuel infrastructure.
Filling up with infill: A five-story, 75-unit apartment building is planned atop an old service station site on Capitol Hill.
Fighting fair wages: A fight with ridehailing companies is brewing in New York over whether they should be subject to paying drivers minimum wage or not.
Unanimous on reform: San Diego’s planning commission has unanimously recommended elimination of parking minimums around major transit stops.
ADU bonanza: An ambitious bill has been introduced to promote accessory dwelling units in Washington.
Salem-bound commuter train: An Oregon lawmaker wants to extend commuter rail to Salem from the Portland area.
Californication: Boise appears to be seeing some big growth.
Out of control: A new study suggests that Airbnb needs to be regulated like any hotel use because its impacts are not just rising housing prices and loss of rental units.
Equity tool: Decongestion pricing is actually a tool for inequitable transportation.
Left out of the light: The benefits of solar power are not reaching communities of color.
Lessons for Silicon Valley: With Microsoft pitching in financing for affordable housing, what can we learn from Silicon Valley’s experience?
Federal oversight: The federal government will now closely oversee New York City’s public housing authority.
Idaho comes to Utah: Lawmakers in Utah are considering a bill to bring the “Idaho Stop” for biking to the state.
Map of the Week: What if you put a D.C.-like beltway around other cities?