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City Parks as Cooling Centers

Strategies for making parks cool, inviting community cooling centers during extreme heat.

June 17 - Bloomberg CityLab

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The Tide is Turning on Right Turns on Red

The policy, which stems from the gas embargo of the 1970s, makes intersections more dangerous for pedestrians.

June 14 - NPR

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New Florida Law Curbs HOA Power

The legislation seeks to cut down on ‘absurd’ citations for low-level violations.

June 16 - The Guardian

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Is it Truly the End of NYC Congestion Pricing?

Gov. Hochul’s surprise move to suspend the program, which would have started this summer, could be illegal.

June 11 - StreetsBlog NYC

Chicago Transit

Study: Loss of Public Transit in Chicago Would Have ‘Severe’ Mobility, Economic Consequences

The first-of-it’s kind study found that without public transit, Chicago would lose an estimated $35 billion in economic activity annually and the quality of life of residents, particularly women and low-income groups, would take a major hit.

June 10 - EurekAlert

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LA Metro Fare Enforcement Faces Backlash

The agency hopes cracking down on fare evasion will improve safety on the system, but riders aren’t so sure.

June 11 - L.A. Taco

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Megabus Owner Files for Bankruptcy

Intercity bus lines in the United States face yet more challenges as a major operator files for bankruptcy, but the company says service continues uninterrupted for now.

June 16 - Smart Cities Dive

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St. Paul-to-Chicago Borealis Rail Line Launches

The Amtrak service, 12 years in the making, doubles the number of available trips on the corridor.

June 13 - Route Fifty

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The Nation’s Most Pro-YIMBY Cities

The District of Columbia and Chicago have some of the most housing-friendly policies in the nation, according to a new report.

June 16 - yahoo! Finance

Two-level stack of shipping containers blocking off People's Park in Berkeley, California.

California Supreme Court Rules in Favor of People's Park Housing

The decision paves the way for a controversial student housing development.

June 10 - Los Angeles Times

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Indianapolis Leaders Propose Vision Zero Plan

As of now, the city lacks a dedicated funding source for pedestrian safety efforts.

June 12 - The Indianapolis Star

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Combating Climate Gentrification in Vulnerable Communities

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June 2 - Lindsay Brugger

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Battery Park Resilience Project Breaks Ground

By 2027, the shoreline will be elevated by 5 feet to prevent flooding from future storm surges.

May 10 - CBS News

Seattle

A Cutting-Edge Planning Hackathon in Seattle

In GeekWire, Chuck Wolfe covers an atypical urban planning and policy gathering called an “Urban Resilience Hackathon,” which was held at the University of Washington in Seattle late last month. For a day, the event showcased collaborative problem solving and innovative thinking in addressing urban challenges.

May 6 - GeekWire

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Making California State Parks More Climate-Resilient

A recently released report offers recommendations for keeping state parks healthy and robust, including acquiring additional land for conservation and recreation.

April 22 - Spectrum News 1

Nighttime view of wildfire in Los Angeles hills.

Significant Investments Needed to Protect LA County Residents From Climate Hazards

A new study estimates that LA County must invest billions of dollars before 2040 to protect residents from extreme heat, increasing precipitation, worsening wildfires, rising sea levels, and climate-induced public health threats.

April 17 - Los Angeles Times

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June 2 - Lindsay Brugger

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Battery Park Resilience Project Breaks Ground

By 2027, the shoreline will be elevated by 5 feet to prevent flooding from future storm surges.

May 10 - CBS News

Seattle

A Cutting-Edge Planning Hackathon in Seattle

In GeekWire, Chuck Wolfe covers an atypical urban planning and policy gathering called an “Urban Resilience Hackathon,” which was held at the University of Washington in Seattle late last month. For a day, the event showcased collaborative problem solving and innovative thinking in addressing urban challenges.

May 6 - GeekWire

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Making California State Parks More Climate-Resilient

A recently released report offers recommendations for keeping state parks healthy and robust, including acquiring additional land for conservation and recreation.

April 22 - Spectrum News 1

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Significant Investments Needed to Protect LA County Residents From Climate Hazards

A new study estimates that LA County must invest billions of dollars before 2040 to protect residents from extreme heat, increasing precipitation, worsening wildfires, rising sea levels, and climate-induced public health threats.

April 17 - Los Angeles Times

The High Cost Of Minimum Parking Requirements

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