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Why I prefer living in the country 19.1.2017 TreeHugger
The country mice and the city mice are fighting it out in Canada. Here's what one writer has to say about it.
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Here's what you need to know about the Women's March on Washington 18.1.2017 Washington Post
Here's what you need to know about the Women's March on Washington
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How to get to — or around — Inauguration Day festivities 15.1.2017 Washington Post
How to get to — or around — Inauguration Day festivities
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10 times Donald Trump's Cabinet picks directly disputed him 13.1.2017 Washington Post: Politics
They're agreeing . . . to disagree.
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Traffic snarls coming this weekend to I-90 and I-5 in Seattle 13.1.2017 Seattle Times: Local

Another weekend construction closure will force traffic on eastbound I-90 to squeeze into the express lanes at Rainier Avenue in Seattle, adding congestion to nearby I-5 in Sodo.
This unique bike with an unforgettable name can fit in your carry-on bag 13.1.2017 TreeHugger
The Kwiggle is a lightweight folding bike that is said to be like "a pleasant mixture of biking and walking" when riding it.
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Arlington’s Waverly Hills charms residents with its ‘very storybook’ qualities 12.1.2017 Washington Post
Arlington’s Waverly Hills charms residents with its ‘very storybook’ qualities
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Love-hate relationship with snow in Crested Butte, Colorado’s snowiest town 12.1.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
More than 90 inches of snow has fallen in Crested Butte in the last 10 days, which means powder hounds are learning to love the shovel in between furrowing the deepest tracks in recent history.
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Transforming Transportation: Toward Sustainable Mobility for All 12.1.2017 WRI Stories
Transforming Transportation: Toward Sustainable Mobility for AllAdd Comment|PrintBus in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Photo by Mariana Gil/EMBARQ Brasil This article was originally posted on the From taxi apps to car sharing, from buses to the metro, from bike sharing to walking, not to mention personal cars, there are more transportation choices than ever before for that staple of modern life: the daily commute. The same goes for the transport of goods, which can get from A to B by road,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ...
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PHOTOS: Winter pounds Colorado in the start of 2017 11.1.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
State transportation workers are stretched thin battling extreme avalanche danger looming over Colorado’s high country highways. And another 2 feet of snow could fall in the mountains before the weekend. Avalanche mitigation and danger strangled the Interstate 70 corridor on Tuesday after three days of heavy snow and prompted the evacuation of Arapahoe Basin’s guests and employees because of worries about slides on U.S. 6 over Loveland Pass.
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Cyclists in the Philly region get a big boost from Harrisburg 11.1.2017 News
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Philly-area pedestrian, bike projects get grants 11.1.2017 News
More Indego stations, new miles of trails and protected bike lanes are some local transit projects that got a funding boost on Tuesday.
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4 sought in pair of violent robberies in Frankford 10.1.2017 News
Undoing Miami's "Paved Paradise": An Interview with Meg Daly 10.1.2017 Green on
I recently met Meg Daly, the visionary behind The Underline : a 10-mile long, nature-inspired cycle and pedestrian track that will run through the heart of Miami alongside US Route 1. Inspired by similar projects in New York City, Seoul and Austin, The Underline's 100 feet by 10 mile design, with 120 total acres of open space, will also incorporate green infrastructure systems to manage storm water; improve urban air and mitigate heat; promote biodiversity; and provide recreation space for millions for people. As I travel back to Miami this week for a meeting of The Nature Conservancy leaders, I'm excited to share this story:   Pascal Mittermaier: Can you tell me about your background and what inspired you to start this project? Meg Daly: Well, I'm not an ecologist or urban planner. In my career, I was a marketer--I did promotions for TV stations. But I've always had a passion for parks, especially inner city parks. In my travels to cities I was always drawn to urban green spaces. Four years ago, I had a ...
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Go deeper into history on East Coast rail tour led by National Geographic Journeys 6.1.2017 LA Times: Commentary

National Geographic Journeys is offering a new eight-day rail tour that links historic cities along the East Coast.

Highlights include strolling the Freedom Trail in Boston, enjoying a photo-walk of Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood with a photographer, visiting the Liberty Bell and Independence...

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Opening of Schuylkill trail's South-to-Christian segment delayed 5.1.2017 News
The opening of a new segment of the Schuylkill River Trail that would stretch from South to Christian Streets has been delayed, likely until at least mid-summer.
Taking back the streets: Most businesses on urban streets make their money from pedestrians and cyclists 5.1.2017 TreeHugger
A Toronto study has wider implications, and shows once again the importance of good active transportation infrastructure
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10 Indigenous and Environmental Struggles -- and How You Can Help in 2017 3.1.2017
The Black Snake is not yet dead. Far from it. The corporations behind the Dakota Access pipeline made it clear that they "fully expect to complete construction of the pipeline without any additional rerouting in and around Lake Oahe." The winter camps will stand their ground as long as DAPL construction equipment remains on Oceti Sakowin treaty land. We can all continue to support them by  emailing  or calling the US Army Corps of Engineers comment line at 202-761-8700 to ask when it will open the Environmental Impact Statement process to public comment. We can also keep pressure on the banks to divest with our international campaign to  #DefundDAPL . But while international attention has been on the Standing Rock Sioux and the #NoDAPL struggle, the Obama and Trudeau administrations have approved several other pipeline projects slated to run across indigenous territories from Canada to the US and Mexico. The struggle to protect sacred lands from climate change, toxic pollution, and the fossil fuel ...
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New York tale: a century-old subway dream becomes reality 1.1.2017 Yahoo: US National
A New York subway ride that was a century in the making will pull out of a gleaming new station on Manhattan's East Side on Saturday as the long-awaited Second Avenue line takes a select group of dignitaries and construction workers on its maiden run. First proposed in the 1920s, the Second Avenue line has achieved near-mythic status over the years as the best transit idea that New York never built. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Thomas Prendergast, chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the agency that operates the system, are presiding over the ceremonial opening of the first phase, a modest two-mile (3.2-km) stretch along Manhattan's Upper East ...
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The 10 craziest things TSA found in carry-on bags in 2016 31.12.2016 LA Times: Commentary

The Transportation Security Administration is on pace to surpass last year’s record of discovering 2,653 firearms in the carry-on bags of passengers flying through the nation’s airports.

Along with the assorted revolvers, rifles and flare guns, TSA agents have also found swords, machetes, gunpowder,...

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