Stop sprawl: A city in Ontario turned down a massive urban growth boundary expansion and instead favored urban infill.
IBR persists: A key vote in the Portland area removed one roadblock to a major highway expansion.
Car-sized housing: CityLab explores why Hong Kong is building housing units the size of a car space.
Toll: City Observatory looks at how tolls reduce traffic.
Deadly traffic: Traffic fatality trends keep heading in the wrong direction and few lawmakers want to address them, but cyclist fatalities appear to be lower.
Shoupism: Parking guru Donald Shoup speaks with Streetsblog.
Police funding: Mayor Jenny Durkan’s police budget has been maintained by the Seattle City Council.
Parking persists: Why does Kaiser Permanente’s Capitol Hill site have so much surface parking?
Mass timber: Vancouver could get a 11-story mass timber building.
Enhancing transit: Atlanta is set to spend $300 million to improve its train stations.
Slow implementation: Seattle received funding for 1,300 housing vouchers but only 10 people have been able to use them ($).
Glass towers: Why shouldn’t buildings be fully made of glass?
Sidewalk crisis: Crosscut takes a look at why so many of Seattle’s sidewalks are so bad.
Fare-free transit: Boston’s new mayor formally proposes a fare-free transit program.
Second tunnel: A second transbay tunnel may be part of a larger rail expansion program in the San Francisco Bay Area.
No more freeways: Freeway projects continue to force out communities of color.
What conservatives do: The United Kingdom’s government has scrapped parts of a major high-speed rail expansion program and made other changes.
De-stroadification: Boston wins $15 million in federal funding to improve a major street for transit and other modes.
High-speed rail: Crosscut explores how high-speed rail may come to the Pacific Northwest and address pressing issues.
Transit is healthy: Improving transit can also improve public health outcomes for patients.
Renewables boom: Renewable energy has boomed in the United States over the past decade ($).
Transition team: Mayor-Elect Bruce Harrell has a massive team of advisors for the transition process.
The French approach: Can a French approach to housing be a lesson in how to build more in America?
Ban Hummers: Streetsblog tells President Joe Biden that electric Hummers are not the future.
Eliminate parking requirements: San Diego has eliminated parking requirements for non-residential uses ($) near major transit facilities and in other cases.
Carbon-eating: Could a carbon-eating skyscraper become a reality?
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