Sep 30
NYC: Today’s Headlines : Dana Lerner: DAs and NYPD Must Enforce the Laws Against Deadly Driving (NYT) Since April, TLC Enforcement Against Dangerous Cabbies Has Skyrocketed (Post) Council Member Miller Wants More TLC Enforcem...
Streetsblog
Sep 30
Strong Citizens Challenge: Walk to the Grocery Store : At the national gathering we talked about the potential for undertaking personal “Strong Citizen” challenges as a way of growing our own ideas and spreading the movement.There were many differ...
Strong Towns
Sep 29
NYC: No Charges for Bus Driver Who Killed Pedestrian Jennifer White-Estick : Police filed no charges against the MTA bus driver who killed a pedestrian in Bedford-Stuyvesant two weeks ago....
Streetsblog
Sep 29
ASLA Announces 2014 Student Awards : ASLA Student Analysis & Planning Award of Excellence. Meridian of Fertility....
ASLA.org - The Dirt
Sep 29
NYC: This Week: Flushing-Jamaica BRT, Bike Corral in LIC, CNU to NYC : Eastern Brooklyn and Queens rule the Streetsblog calendar this week....
Streetsblog
Sep 29
Bolivia’s Mi Teleférico to become world’s longest aerial cable car system : Bolivia is expanding the La Paz-El Alto cable car system that has already exceeded expectations for ridership and revenue....
The City Fix
Sep 29
ASLA Announces 2014 Professional Awards : ASLA 2014 Professional General Design Award of Excellence. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation campus....
ASLA.org - The Dirt
Sep 29
NYC: So Far, NYPD Isn’t Enforcing New Vision Zero Law as Intended : It was a welcome development when NYPD filed the first-ever charges under Section 19-190, a new law that makes it a misdemeanor for drivers to strike pedestrians and cyclists who have the right of way...
Streetsblog
Sep 29
SeaChange Down the Hudson : SeaChange on the East River On September 13th, I joined SeaChange: We All Live Downstream for the last leg of a two-week voyage down the Hudson River....
Urban Omnibus
Sep 29
Determining opportunities for efficiency with SAHF’s EZ Retrofit Tool : by Kenley Farmer, Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF)NHC invites guest blog posters to write on important housing topics....
NHC Open House Blog
Sep 29
A Visual Typology: A Modern Face-Lift To San Francisco’s Victorian Homes : Take a walk with me. We are walking up a San Francisco street so steep you think it might be easier to crawl....
Global Site Plans: The Grid
Sep 29
Time for Nairobi, Kenya to Manage its Urban Freight or Face Transportation Woes : Population growth in cities comes with a increased demand for goods. These goods need to be transported to get to their consumers....
Global Site Plans: The Grid
Sep 29
Paris, France Aims for Bicycle Trips to Account for 15% of Transport by 2020 : More parking spaces for bikes, new bike paths on the main roadways, widespread 30km/h zones, and possibly wider bicycle paths or even banning automobile traffic surrounding markets; <...
Global Site Plans: The Grid
Sep 29
Learning From Kansas City : Kansas City is losing families to suburbia because of its allegedly subpar schools. How can families be lured back to city schools?....
Planetizen Interchange
Sep 29
Zoning: Inclusionary v. Exclusionary : At last count, Seattle ranked as the fastest growing major city in America....
Sightline - The Daily Score blog
Sep 29
NYC: Today’s Headlines : Prendergast Doesn’t Rule Out Road Pricing to Fund Capital Program (Poughkeepsie Journal) The MTA Needs to Get Its Construction Costs Under Control (YIMBY) Can P3s Prevent Cost Overruns on MTA Capital...
Streetsblog
Sep 29
Reform Transportation Engineering: Expand Level of Service Ratings : Transportation engineers currently evaluate urban transport system performance using roadway level of service (LOS) ratings. Here are six good reasons to change....
Planetizen Interchange
Sep 29
Waiting for a solution : We are in uncharted waters with more questions than answers....
Strong Towns
Sep 29
Still on the Road : Tonight, the Antiplanner will be in Rochester, Minnesota to address a proposed high-speed train between Rochester and Minneapolis....
The Antiplanner
Sep 28
Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals Upholds Denial of Application For Conditional Use Permit To Construct Telecommunications Tower : NE Colorado Cellular, doing business as Viaero Wireless (“Viaero”), sought to construct a telecommunications tower in the City of North Platte, Nebraska (“the City”)....
Law of the Land
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