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San Francisco approves plans for a car-free Market Street

“I urge your approval of this project so we can transform Market Street to be safer, more reliable for transit, and more inviting for anyone enjoying our city.” Mayor London Breed

An Early Peek at What Happens When a City Gives Its Residents $500

A universal basic income experiment in Stockton, California, is nearly halfway over. How has $500 a month affected the lives of 125 residents?

“Building new parking in Center City just doesn’t make financial sense anymore”

As evidence of the trend, Rinde mentions the 18-story 23rd+Market commercial development, in the works by Parkway, which will include 47 private spaces and no public parking.

6 Ways Robots Are Changing City Planning and Development

Several major cities are already using these technologies to introduce automation, earning them the name “robot cities.” Tokyo, Singapore, and Dubai are just a few examples.

Hot Springs, Arkansas Is Switching Over to 100 Percent Solar Energy, Joining Only 6 Other Cities in the U.S.

The switch to a renewable energy source will save the city an estimated $30 million over the next three decades.

London Car Free Day: Tower Bridge shuts for mass yoga session

Away from the centre, 15 boroughs will be running their own Car Free Day celebrations and more than 340 “play streets” – safe spaces for local people to socialise and play – have been approved by 24 boroughs.

California Electric Vehicle incentives and tax credits

See how much you could save getting behind the wheel of an EV, whether you are buying or leasing.

New Mexico Announces Plan for Free College for State Residents

Under the plan, tuition to all state colleges would be free for students regardless of family income.

A Vote On Colorado Front Range Rail Could Come In 2020 – Why Not More Rail In Montana?

The longer the state waits, he said, the more it’s going to cost to build. Denver International Airport was built in the early 1990s and has paid off in spades for the state only because leaders in the 1980s had the foresight to invest in it.

The City That’s Giving People Money

Randomly selected residents are receiving $500 a month. The experiment might prove that guaranteed income works.


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