Aug 7
Carbon Pricing and Northwest Businesses : Many business owners and workers worry that carbon pricing will hurt local economies. They need to know: How would carbon pricing affect businesses and job creation in Washington and Oregon?...
Sightline - The Daily Score blog
Aug 7
NYC: Today’s Headlines : No Drugs?...
Streetsblog
Aug 7
Impacts of CFPB proposed rule on HMDA reporting : by Rebekah King, National Housing Conference The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has released a proposed rule that would expand Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) reporting require...
NHC Open House Blog
Aug 7
They relocate a business and call it growth : Thirty two new jobs (projected), a million dollars in direct subsidies and millions more in transportation funding later, we’ve managed to move two businesses from one Minnesota community to another....
Strong Towns
Aug 7
Streetcar and Light-Rail Boondoggles : Kansas City voters rejected a plan to build an extensive streetcar system. The city already has plans to build a short “starter” line, and the mayor wanted to build more....
The Antiplanner
Aug 6
Worshipping the Crash : [Image: Photo by BLDGBLOG]....
BLDGBLOG
Aug 6
Worshipping the Crash : [Image: Photo by BLDGBLOG]....
Bldgblog
Aug 6
The Spacecraft Cemetery : [Image: The International Space Station, courtesy NASA]....
BLDGBLOG
Aug 6
The Spacecraft Cemetery : [Image: The International Space Station, courtesy NASA]....
Bldgblog
Aug 6
NYC: The Daily News Editorial Board — Still Part of the Problem : I’ve been trying to put my finger on why this morning’s Daily News editorial about slower speed limits got under my skin so much....
Streetsblog
Aug 6
NYC: DA Thompson Plea Deal: Serial Unlicensed Driver Fined $250 for Deadly Crash : A serial unlicensed driver who killed a pedestrian will pay a few hundred dollars in fines pursuant to a plea deal with Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson. The recidivist unlicensed driver who ki...
Streetsblog
Aug 6
Mayor Mike McGinn at the National Gathering : The Strong Towns National Gathering just got even better with the announcement that former Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn will be presenting the Saturday keynote. GET REGISTERED FOR THE STRONG TOWNS NATION...
Strong Towns
Aug 6
Book Review: “The Solar House: Pioneering Sustainable Design” : Anthony Denzer’s 250+ page book The Solar House: Pioneering Sustainable Design, published by Rizzoli, is a study of the evolution of solar design from the 1930′s onward....
Global Site Plans: The Grid
Aug 6
Architecture of Le Corbusier: World Heritage Sites in Firminy & Loire, France : After two failed attempts to make the work of the famed architect Le Corbusier recognized as UNESCO World Heritage sites in 2009 and 2011, interested Fren...
Global Site Plans: The Grid
Aug 6
From the director’s chair: Sustainable urban transport solutions worth spreading : The BIG bus network in Bangalore is an example of an integrated transport solution that offers better accessibility through connectivity between transport modes and networks....
The City Fix
Aug 6
Marginal Cost of Transportation Again: Time or Tolls : On a recent podcast, recorded at CNU22, Chuck interviewed John Yung from the Cincinnati urbanism blog and podcast UrbanCincy....
Strong Towns
Aug 6
NYC: Today’s Headlines : Daily News Doubts That Slower Speed Limits Will Save Lives Cuomo Won’t Say If Bank Settlement Billions Will Be Used for Tappan Zee (CapNY) Driver Charged With DWAI in Times Square Double-Decker Collis...
Streetsblog
Aug 6
Densities Do Not Ride Transit : A few weeks ago, a San Diego news outlet breathlessly reported that, “When more people live near a trolley station, more people use the trolley.” A careful look at the numbers shows, however, that the...
The Antiplanner
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