Montreal Moving Day: what happens when a whole city moves house at once?

1 July is Canada Day. But in Quebec, which has twice had referendums on freedom, its when tenancies traditionally intention leading to mayhem on the streets Montreal has a valiant knack for drawback. The wintertimes are merciless, and when summertime…

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The borrowers: why Finland’s cities are havens for library lovers

Helsinkis state-of-the-art Oodi library will stand opposite parliament and boast a cinema, registering studio and makerspace. Its a excellent is suitable for a literate society taking public hearing to the next level ” A library poster was the first thing…

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Why Traffic-Choked Nashville Said ‘No Thanks’ to Public Transit

Nashville is growing. It’s gridlocked. Gondola commuters in the Grand Ole Stopry waste an average of 33 hours a year stuck in traffic. And its voters merely shot down a $5.2 billion transit better plan. Supporters of the referendum–including the…

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Electric Buses Are Hurting the Oil Industry

About 279,000 barrels a day of oil won’t be needed this year China supplements a London-sized electrical bus fleet every 5 weeks Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance For every 1,000 battery-powered buses on the road leading, about 500 barrels a…

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China to Force Green Society in Hainan by Phasing Out Gasoline Cars

The resort island of Hainan may become a key proving ground for China’s push to lead the world in electric-vehicle adoption. China aims to phase out sales of fossil-fuel vehicles in the province, and to accelerate the use of new-energy…

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Los Angeles Wins Suit Against Sessions Over Immigration Policy

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Self-Driving Cars Meet Their New Nemesis: Local Politicians

For countless cities, here’s the toughest lozenge to swallow: Their mayors don’t actually have hold of their streets. This is the case of the metro Phoenix area, where Google’s self-driving sister firm Waymo is testing cars without moves inside. And…

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Self-Driving Cars Will Kill Things You Love (And a Few You Hate)

Electric autoes, robo taxis and self-driving trucks are coming to change national societies we live in–possibly sooner than you think. Limited tests of driverless gondolas are already happening today and they’ll be in use everywhere within six years old, is…

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A Bid to Solve Californias Housing Crisis Could Redraw How Cities Grow

Scott Wiener, the California state senator representing San Francisco, has a pretty good mind for how to save “the worlds”. In knowledge, sitting in a coffee shop in his city’s Financial District, Wiener seems downright vexes that anyone would be…

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Atlanta Falcons Broke the Rules of Stadium Food and It Paid Off

When the Atlanta Falcons announced the food expenditures at their new $1.5 billion stadium –$ 2 hot dog and sodas,$ 3 nachos,$ 5 brew — followers loved it, and beings in other municipals started pushing their local ownership groupsto follow…

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