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First look: New version of the National Broadband Map – How Is This Acceptable Montana?

The big news is the projected allocation of the $42.5 billion. NTIA plans to release the allocations at the end of June, so it is more than likely that with the release of this data, the allocation levels are now set.

Next-generation risk management for extreme weather events

The analysis uses physics and AI to assess risk in real time up to 100 years into the future

An all-in-one platform for planning travel itineraries

Stippl has created a platform for travellers to easily create, organise, and change travel itineraries

Community Issues Curb Management Plan

The plan reorients the city’s priorities from vehicle throughput and parking to transit, bike infrastructure, and other public amenities.

Pickleball Anyone? ‘Shoptainment’ will save shopping malls, analyst says: ‘We’re going beyond just retail’

Previously predominately retail-based spaces are incorporating more entertainment options, keying on people’s desire to get out of their homes after COVID-19.

How Will The Electric Vehicle Transition Affect Real Estate Planning?

Owners of EVs could save up to 50 percent on electricity compared to going to charging stations.

Cities across North America model successful Missoula’s Higgins St. future road diet.

“My favorite summary” said Carder, “is a comment from a friend, who is a planner that does not live in Kingsport but visited both before and after. He visited after the road diet was complete, and he told me ‘it feels like a downtown now.’”

Rail Problem: House GOP Wants to Undermine Trains Exactly When We Need Them Most

Rail supporters and Democratic leaders blasted House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) for seeking to slash federal spending by 22 percent on housing, transportation, and urban development in a move that would curtail rail safety and stymie the nation’s transportation network for generations.

200+ Leaders From Rural U.S. Communities To Gather in Missoula, Montana To Rewrite The Rural Organizing Playbook – June 4-7

United Today, Stronger Tomorrow is a nonprofit organization that identifies opportunities to create and/or strengthen on-the-ground organizing and build power that can be used to directly improve the lives of Americans.

Livermore Proves Safer Streets Can Happen Sooner, Rather Than Later

“How many fatalities is it going to take for them to do something about this.”