Electoral politics: Crosscut dispels misinformation on voting in Washington and Oregon and explains how Washington can finally do away with gerrymandering. Environmental terrorism administration: The New York Times lays out a long list of...
Intra-party challenge: Two Democrats are going head-to-head for the open Lt. Governor position in Washington. CA rent control: California has another statewide rent control measure on the ballot ($). Housing for...
Lower BC HSR: Could a high-speed rail line between Whistler and Chilliwack via Vancouver become a reality? Failing workers: According to a study, late-night transit is failing non-white night shift workers in America.
Reducing poverty: Forty-four European cities are pledging €14 billion in funding to alleviate poverty and social exclusion. Rent crisis: Overdue rent is piling up and could balloon to $34 billion nationally by the new...
Progressive leadership: For the first time, Democrats have formed a majority on Philadelphia's regional transit agency. LRT in Kent: Light rail construction in Kent begins to take shape. South Boston redevelopment:...
Structurally opposed to cities: The United States Senate is structurally set up against urban areas and in particularly large cities, effectively giving a third of their electoral power to rural areas. Highway removal: Utrecht...
FB goes east: Facebook is buying REI's corporate digs in Bellevue's Spring District. Marysville masterplan: Marysville wants feedback on what people think of the city center ($) in order to update a masterplan.
Slow start: Two years later, Minneapolis' zoning reform is slow to deliver on triplexes. Over-talked narrative: The media is obsessed with the "death of the city" narrative. Cafe streets: Streetsblog Chicago...