A Q&A with Alicia John-Baptiste
Probably not, since Caltrans didn't try very hard to make sure anyone knew
Voters in Phoenix voted overwhelmingly approved a $31-billion light rail system. Now it's in danger of being pillaged for road projects.
Sixteen awesome city spaces that have bloomed out of asphalt are going head to head in the next few weeks. See if your city made the cut.
This week, we’re joined by Susan Crawford, the John A. Reilly Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard School of Law. Crawford talks about her new book Fiber, which focuses on how cities in the United States are trying to build communications networks with this seemingly limitless technology, yet still get pushback from regulators and incumbent companies […]
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