July 15: PA lawmakers debate work-zone cameras | Senate committee goes after TIGER | City-owned blight in Parkside

“What the Secret Service want to do is kill the city for at least two days, preserve it in amber while the Pope visits, and then return it to working order.”

Why are city-owned lots being left to rot in Parkside?

Five anti-bike arguments that need to be put to rest, according to Eric Jaffe.

The FOP doesn’t want state legislators to phase out car registration stickers.

State lawmakers are debating a plan to install speed enforcement cameras in road work zones.

A Senate transportation committee wants to phase out the popular TIGER multimodal grant program.

Baltimore is developing a new zoning code. Some of the ideas involve eliminating or reducing parking minimums. Cutting parking minimums is also a key part of Seattle’s affordable housing strategy.

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