AMS gas-free policy: Amsterdam is leading the way in Europe on banning gas-powered vehicles.

Extraordinary skepticism: Southeast Seattleites expressed concern with the city’s trimmed down and uncertain Bicycle Master Plan Implementation Plan.

Polluter-in-Chief: A recent order by Trump could threaten Washington State’s authority to protect the environment under the Clean Water Act.

Growing pains: Crosscut has run a poll to get a pulse on how people feel about growth.

Mulligan: A $2 trillion national infrastructure plan may just wind up leading to worse climate outcomes.

Idaho in Oregon?: Oregon’s legislature is still debating whether or not to enact the “Idaho Stop” for people biking.

Tax the rich: A handful of Senate Democrats blockaded a progressive tax on capital gains, despite wide party support.

Sky high: An approved 64-story residential tower in Burnaby would become the tallest building in British Columbia if built.

Transit and housing: A Los Angeles study indicates that housing along transit corridors tends to be more valuable and costly.

Racing toward green: New York City wants to make buildings in the city super energy efficient by 2030, but is it possible?

Family Snatcher Air grounded: Contractors at King County International Airport have agreed to stop transporting detained immigrants by the federal government.

Disparate enforcement: According to a report, Seattle’s police department is still disparately enforcement at higher rates among minority populations.

Backyard affordability: Los Angeles has a new program to finance and build accessory dwelling units if used for affordable housing by accepting Section 8 vouchers.

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