Parking mandates are an obstacle to sustainable communities: remove them and more apartments will be built at the expense of space for cars. But we need to do more.
As the effects of climate change begin to worsen, replacing heat-absorbing pavement with new trees can help make a difference toward expanding our urban canopy when space is limited.
More zoning codes are calling for infrastructure that facilitates walking, bicycling, and non-automotive travel in daily life, a new study finds. But while those codes reflect the intentions of cities, they'll need public and private investment to realize these goals.
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It seems some sneaky S.F. Supervisors want to ignore election mandates and try to give more time to motorists on the Great Highway Park
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