Zero-emissions district: A Norwegian city is planning a district as completely zero-emissions.
Planning for all: How can less car-centric planning benefit rural areas, too?
Not recreational camping: As the housing crisis persists in the Western US, people are finding refuge in forests.
Gold standard: Bike Portland opines about Paris’ prestigious public bikeshare system.
Tacoma votes: How do Tacoma’s mayoral candidates line up on issues?
Affordable housing effort: Philadelphia has passed a new affordable housing law to encourage more in well-to-do neighborhoods.
Committed to service: Boulder is looking for certainty in getting more transit service by the regional provider.
Stalled: An Atlanta plan for more density stalls out.
Left out: Intercity bus service is struggling to restart due to lack of government assistance.
Dingbats: How did Los Angeles become the city of dingbats?
Walking boom: New data suggests that Americans are now walking more than ever.
Greenest or cautionary: Vancouver wants to be the greenest city, but is the effort a cautionary tale?
Reasons to change: Sightline outlines nine reasons to end exclusionary zoning.
Education Hill: Educational facilities continue to grow in Capitol Hill.
Climate action: How is Illinois taking on climate action?
Related injustices: A study on biking and being Black suggests a relationship between lack of bike lanes and heavy ticketing.
Bike boom: Another report adds credence to the 2020 bike boom.
The interurbans: CityLab documents the history of America’s interurban trains.
ZEV campaign: California will make huge investments in zero-emissions vehicles and infrastructure.
Secret sauce: What’s the secret sauce to California’s statewide zoning reform?
Price it: Bike Portland says that the congestion pricing debate is about to heat up in the region.
Back at it?: Tim Eyman wants to take down the progressive capital gains tax.
Better experience wanted: A new survey says that transit riders want a better overall riding experience post-pandemic.
A godsend: Charles Mudede praises the John Lewis Memorial Bridge in Northgate and talks about his first light rail ride up north.
Insatiable: CityLab tackles the insatiable appeal of highway expansion in America.
Fix the basics: The rider experience in Philadelphia for intercity bus passengers isn’t very good.
E-bike tax credit: What do advocates need to know about the federal e-bike tax credit?
Recall vote ahead: A recall vote on Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant will happen in December.
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