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- Out of scale for the neighborhood? Vulcan proposes 7-story residential buildings in a neighborhood zoned for 160-300′ buildings. (The Urbanist)
- In a piece on congestion with Mark Hallenbeck and Gil Penalosa, KUOW gets it right: cars will always fill up available space, and it will pretty much never get better. (KUOW)
- Want to meet the Capitol Hill Station developer, Gerdling Edlen? This Saturday is your chance, 1-4pm at the Century Ballroom. (Capitol Hill Seattle)
- Two 39-story towers are coming to Minor and Stewart, and PSBJ has the details.
- Vancouver BC crosses a historic threshold: a majority of all trips are now made by walking, bicycling, and transit. (MSN)
- Seattle Weekly writes up Seattle Subway and the Westside Transit Tunnel idea.
- Meet Nicole Freedman, SDOT’s new Director of Active Transportation. (Crosscut)
- More designs have been released for Convention Center expansion. (Capitol Hill Seattle)
- Two good pieces on Tacoma this week. Matt Driscoll makes the case for Tacoma as a job center rather than a bedroom community (TNT), while Jon Talton shows that the opposite is happening (Times $), with population growth alongside job loss, accentuating its identity as a commuter city.