Solvable: Janette Sadik-Khan says that car crashes are an epidemic that we can solve.
New Pershing Square: Los Angeles’ central park, Pershing Square, could get a big makeover.
Higher frequency: Could Sound Transit’s Connect 2020 light rail service been more frequent?
Upgrades needed: New bike lanes in Washington, D.C. are already due for more upgrades.
Underwater: A new study says that Miami has a lot to lose with climate change, and perhaps the most vulnerable global city.
Parking sagas: New York City is taking on the issue of what to do about on-street parking, perhaps changing the paradigm.
Vegas HSR: Virgin Trains USA has a big site in mind at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip.
15-minute city: Paris’ mayor wants to create a “15-minute city”.
Redeveloping: An old gas station site could become a mixed-use development on 15th Ave E in Capitol Hill.
Onboard: San Francisco’s mayor is backing a decongestion pricing charge.
Car-free LA: Los Angeles is looking at the possibility of its first major car-free street on a 1.5 mile stretch of Broadway.
Bike WA: Washington state could finally wind up designating its first scenic bikeways.
Increasing compliance: Chicago’s mayor wants to make it easier to ticket people who park in bike and transit lanes.
Changing tourism habits: Amsterdam may repackage its erotic and cannabis scene for tourists.
Busted: Tim Eyman’s legal troubles continue to mount as he flagrantly disregards the law ($).
FBC: Cleveland is trying out a form-based code pilot to spur walkable districts and relegalize old development.
Blame abound: Automobile loan companies deserve a lot of blame in the increasing car violence in America.
Lacking revenue: Transportation funding nationally would need to increase by billions to support proposed congressional plans.
Big biz tax: A new version of a business tax proposal for King County has been introduced ($) in the state legislature.
Service threatened: Ferry service from Anacortes could end up dead in the water ($) without more funding.
Assessing fire risk: Wildfire risks are growing across America due to climate change, but are there better models to assess them?