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Thumbnail for - Pedestrian Chronicles: Finding Public Spaces in the Snow
Feb 24, 2014
Pedestrian Chronicles
New Yorkers and Pennsylvanians are putting the polar vortex to green use.
Thumbnail for - The Pedestrian Chronicles #1
Feb 10, 2014
Following up on the original urbanist manifesto.
Thumbnail for -  How to Cross the Street
Jul 1, 2013
It’s not quite as pedestrian as you think.
Thumbnail for - On Other Blogs Today: Gregoire's Legacy, Pedestrian Safety, and More
Jan 14, 2013
On Other Blogs Today
Our daily roundup.
Thumbnail for - On Other Blogs Today: Density, the WTO, the Arena, and More
Sep 27, 2012
On Other Blogs
Our daily roundup. Graphic via Dupre + Scott.
Thumbnail for - How SDOT Should Overhaul Its Pedestrian Safety Campaign
Dec 16, 2011
The C is for Crank
How the city could improve its pedestrian safety campaign to be inclusive of everyone, not just drivers.
Thumbnail for - Sightline: Reducing Pedestrian Deaths is Not a Partisan Issue
Oct 20, 2011
On Other Blogs
Sightline: Giving cities authority to reduce their own speed limits isn't a "war on cars."
Thumbnail for - $60 License Fee is the Starting Point, Not the Compromise
Aug 10, 2011
City Hall
The city council's starting point for debating a vehicle license fee to pay for transportation is $60---not $80, as some had hoped.
Thumbnail for - Bringing the Road Diet Debate Back to Reality
Jun 10, 2010
The conversation about the Nickerson "road diet" has devolved into a flawed "cars vs. bikes" debate since Mayor Mike McGinn announced the project at his Walk Bike Ride kickoff in early May. The...
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Jan 4, 2010
Morning Fizz
1. Today's Inauguration Day at City Hall. Newly elected city officials—that's Mayor Mike McGinn, City Attorney Pete Holmes, and City Council members Sally Bagshaw, Mike O'Brien, Nick Licata, and...