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Sunday Video: Kirkland’s History of Exclusion and Opportunities to Change That

Historian Lorraine McConaghy rehashes the arc of Kirkland's history from blue collar boomtown with an industrial waterfront to bust town to its high tech resurgence, all while using a lens of racial equity and housing exclusion.

Sunday Video: Could Toronto’s Kensington Market Be A Solution to Gentrification?

Uytae Lee of About Here highlights Kensington Market, a very diverse district in Toronto steeped in history. It’s increasingly become a popular area of...

Sunday Video: Just One More Lane, Bro

Will one more car lane really fix congestion? Jason Slaughter from Not Just Bikes digs into all those promises made by highway departments to...

Sunday Video: North American High-Speed Rail Lines That Should Already Be Running

Ray Delahanty of CityNerd has an updated analysis of potentially high-performing corridors for high-speed rail in North America. Delahanty scores dozens of corridors, but...

Sunday Video: American Transit Needs Help

Reece Martin at RM Transit dives into the many challenges that American transit is facing right now. Chief among them is the inability to...

Sunday Video: Allowing Cars In Our Most Walkable Places Is Bonkers

Ray Delahanty of CityNerd came home for the holidays and revisited Pike Place Market. In doing so, he highlighted what makes the market so...

Sunday Video: What’s Better Than Open Loop Payments For Transit?

As transit agencies modernize their fare payment systems, digital payment methods are becoming more widespread. Many transit agencies are allowing use of open loop...

Sunday Video: Has The Modern Tram Gone Off The Rails?

Reece Martin at RM Transit explores the history of the tram (streetcar) and its reinvention into as a primary train technology now used throughout...