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Pipe Down, Cyclists—It’s Totally Fine for Nonbikers to Use the Bike Lane
Ben Carson Ends Obama-Era Efforts to Reduce Housing Segregation
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Why Bikers Have to Roll Past Pedestrians and Beat Cars at Traffic Lights
Of Course Trump Hates Brutalism
Shanghai and Beijing Have Stopped Growing—but Not on Their Own
New Report: Uber and Lyft Riders Aren’t Giving Up Their Cars—They’re Giving Up Transit
The History of Amsterdam, as Told by 700,000 Pieces of Garbage
American Cities Are Squandering Some of Their Most Valuable Real Estate: the Curb
It Is Totally Fine to Slap a Car While Biking
Beautiful Visualizations Reduce 25 American Cities to Their Design Essence
It Is Perfectly Fine to Ride Your Bike the Wrong Way Down a One-Way Street
America Has a Moving Crisis
Highways Have Divided and Afflicted City Neighborhoods for Decades. Can They Be Redeemed?
Citi Bike Is a Radical Success. Too Bad New York City Is Squandering It.
Redlining Has Taken a Huge Toll on Property Values. But Not Everywhere.
A California Politician Proposed a Common-Sense Fix to the Housing Crisis. Here’s Why (Almost) Everyone Hated It.
San Francisco: “We Cannot Overstate” Danger of Scooters