Why do states spend so much federal infrastructure money on highways rather than transit? And more national and international news.
Designing a neighborhood for people with Alzheimer’s, Democratic Congressmen seek to raise the insurance cap on trucks and rich NIMBYs fight a subway.
Environmentalists are divided in Minneapolis, a California judge orders Beverly Hills to grow and a big funding bill for transit.
California dips a toe into Universal Basic Mobility, cities look to decrease emissions from delivery vehicles and the national housing crisis defined.
Pittsburgh plans for climate-induced rain events, German cities reduce emissions by lowering speeds and, yes, stress contributes to dangerous driving.
This week in National Links: tales of two Canadian cities, big and small emissions cuts and the new life of manufactured homes.
A noodle billionaire coaxes Jakartans away from their wells, Bogota and Denver approach transit overhauls, and Alan Greenblatt examines downtown Salt Lake’s pandemic recovery.
Baby Boomers elbow out younger home buyers, the future of post-pandemic transit and fights over equity in Charlotte, North Carolina.
County commissioners “don’t have time” to take the bus; plans for fighting poverty; auto-centric land use in Denver; and more national and international stories.
The problems of long mortgages, the difficulty of switching from auto-centric development, health neighborhoods in Mayo Clinic’s new campus plan and more in National Links.