Mount Baker Station: Community members want to activate the Mount Baker Station area.
Indigenous housing: cross section profiles a Chief Seattle Club housing project in Pioneer Square.
Bored of failing: Expansion of the subway to the Seattle of San Jose ran into another problem with another delay, possibly to 2034.
Inclusive zoning: Philadelphia Cream now has mandatory inclusion zoning.
Growing Danger: Megacar owners drove more in 2020 than in 2019.
Corrugated steel: Capitol Hill Seattle Blog features a planned mixed-use development of the city market site.
Ending Covid protocols: Washington will end non-federal, non-local indoor mask mandates on March 21. King County will also end mandatory vaccination card requirements on March 1.
Regressive policy: An anti-housing lobbying coalition in California is continue an initiative to overthrow the progressive zohousing laws.
Broken policy: The University of California at Berkeley is caught in a mess as an environmental lawsuit puts the future of thousands of students at stake.
Fixing Policy: California lawmakers could permanently exempt certain transit projects from environmental review.
Expensive and unnecessary: A third party El Paso I-10 expansion plan report delivers heavy criticism.
Not in Illinois: Illinois shot down another bike law “Idaho Stop”.
Taxing certain vacancies: In San Fransisco, a vacancy tax could appear on the ballot.
Reduce drink-driving: How Utah Reduces DUI Rates?
Nevada housing: The Nevada Real Estate Agency has earmarked $300 million for affordable housing in the state.
PDX Transit Visions: The Portland regional planning body has shortlisted a list of transit projects for federal funding.
Moratorium: the Seattle one the moratorium on evictions is about to end, but could it still be extended?
Affordable Housing Funding: Mount Zion on the 19th affordable housing project for seniors received state funding.
177 miles: The Los Angeles City Council has approved a large set of speed reductions on the streets.
Vision Zero: Streetsblog showcases why Vision Zero is a human rights issue for the deaf and the wider disability community.