Today’s Headlines

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  • Bike the Vote Ranks L.A. Mayor Candidates, Does Not Endorse (Biking in L.A.)
  • Metro Motion To Study Ways To Speed Up Blue Line (Curbed)
  • LAT Profiles Measure H Sales Tax For Homeless Services
  • Better Institutions March Measures Ballot Guide
  • Investing in Place On Engaging Communities As Partners
  • NoHo Station Groundworks Coffee Grand Opening Friday (The Source)
  • 1000-Unit Redevelopment Planned For Little Tokyo Mall Site (Urbanize)
  • L.A. Weekly Profiles Exciting New L.A. Parking App
  • Griffith Park Installing New Paid Parking Infrastructure (@CiclaValley Twitter)
  • Chevy Bolt Represents Turning Point For Electric Cars (KPCC)
  • Denver Model For Affordable Transit-Oriented Housing (SB Denver)
  • Cartoon Tuesday: The Nib Explains Automated Trucking Advances

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This Week In Livable Streets

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Happy Urbanists, Mudtown Farms, Metro committees, Eastside Gold Line, Boyle Heights redevelopment, Koreatown Popular Assembly, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, Immigration March, Gold Line Ride and much more.
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Memphis swallowed territory at a rapid pace in the 20th Century, and policy makers now believe the city is spread too thin. Image via Modern Cities

Reversing Sun Belt Growth Model, Memphis Looks to Shrink Its Footprint

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Like many Sun Belt cities, Memphis owes its population growth over the last several decades to outward expansion. Since 1998 alone, the city has overseen 15 annexations, reports the Jacksonville-based blog Modern Cities. But while it was sprawling (it now occupies a larger footprint than Chicago) its population density was decreasing by about half. Now the city believes that […]

Today’s Headlines

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  • Metro Bus Ridership Declines (LAT)
  • State Transportation Proposals Would Be Expensive (SGV Tribune)
    …Legislators To Take On Road Funding Proposals (KPCC)
    …Caltrans Exec: California Roads Are In Bad Shape (LAT)
  • New CA Active Transpo Funding: Transformative Climate Communities (SRTS)
  • Just Growth: Prioritize Communities With Highest Need (Investing in Place)
  • Carnage: South L.A. Pedestrian Killed In Hit-and-Run Crime (LAT)
  • L.A. Plans Future With No Traffic Deaths (Beverly Press)
  • Then Again, Autonomous Cars Might Not Ease Traffic (KPCC)
  • Burbank Installs Its First Bike Corral (CiclaValley)
  • Beyond Blade Runner: Community In Future Cities (L.A. Review of Books)
  • Election 2017: Bike the Vote Endorses Buscaino
    L.A. Weekly Profiles Bray-Ali Vs. Cedillo
    LAT Endorses No On Measure S “Childish Middle Finger To City Hall”
    …Measure S Campaigns Heating Up (KPCC)
  • Let’s Go L.A.‘s Primer On CA’s State Water Project

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