AFFH: The Biden administration is bringing back the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule ($).
TOD zoning: The Crenshaw Line moves forward in Los Angeles and Inglewood could rezone around stations.
Bike Boise: Separated bike lanes could be coming to Boise.
A bubble?: Is America in a housing bubble?
Population decline issues: What are the consequences for urban population decline in America?
Defending the tax: Washington is trying to keep the capital gains tax on the books.
PDX parkway: Bike Portland wants car-free streets on the city’s South Park Blocks. There has been misleading information about on street changes and trees.
Slow to relieve: Rent relief funding is slow to come in King County.
AMZN’s housing program: Amazon has targeted its affordable housing funding program for Seattle near transit ($). The company also has a program for the Washington, D.C. area.
Expanding TDM: Los Angeles could require more transportation demand management from small development projects.
Safety standards: Advocates want better federal car safety standards.
Equity dashboard: Transit Center has a new comprehensive dashboard for transit equity.
Juneteenth: Juneteenth has become a national and state holiday.
Competition: Republican King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert has stiff competition from Democratic challengers hoping to unseat her.
Better experience: Amtrak is improving the customer experience for long-distance routes.
Nashville housing strategies: Nashville could tackle its affordable housing crisis if a taskforce has its way.
Late payments: Seven million Americans are behind in rent.
High material costs: Home building costs have never been more expensive in America.
CAHSRA: California is getting back federal funding for high-speed rail.
Closed: The Canadian/American border will remain closed at least until July 21st.
Euro trends: Mike Eliason makes a guest appearance on Volts and highlights five interesting urbanism trends in Europe.
Parking regs: What happened when Buffalo changed its parking regulations?
Expanding opportunities: The federal government wants to make it easier for people to qualify for home loans if they have high student debt ($).
Grounded: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s LaGuardia Airport AirTrain has run into a delay by the federal government.
Benefits of rail: A new tool looks at the rate of return on investment in passenger rail.
USPS delayed: The United States Postal Service’s contract for new safer and cleaner delivery vehicles has run into a legal roadblock.
Subway tragedy: How did the Mexico City subway train end up in collapse ($)?
Signal improvements: Signal changes are coming to Capitol Hill at the Broadway and John Street intersection.
New FTA head: Nuria Fernandez has been confirm as the Federal Transit Administration head.
Map of the Week: Where could Amtrak service be expanded in the country?
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