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Contrary to “Fair Share” Claims, Businesses Do Contribute Tax Revenue

Contrary to “Fair Share” Claims, Businesses Do Contribute Tax Revenue Tax Foundation, May 2018 Businesses in developing countries pay, on average, one-third of all taxes collected. Claims that corporations are not paying their “fair share” of...

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New Report Presents Staggering Amount of Parking In US Cities

New Report Presents Staggering Amount of Parking In US Cities Archinect, July 2018 A new report estimates the total parking supply in five US cities, showing high amounts of land use dedicated to parking with low use percentages. ...

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Neglecting Aging Public Transportation Hurts Our Economy

Neglecting Aging Public Transportation Hurts Our Economy Politico, June 2018 Every dollar invested in public transportation results in $4 in economic returns. Yet, public transportation is deteriorating and, according to the ASCE, in the worst...

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RideShare in DC

RideShare in DC The Washington Post, April 2018 Ride-hailing is increasing dramatically in Washington, D.C., which is eating into Metro and taxi ridership, while increasing the number of vehicle trips in D.C. New mobility expert, Bruce Schaller,...

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More People Moving to Suburbs - Brookings

More People Moving to Suburbs Brookings, March 2018 Census data shows a change in population trends - more people are moving to the suburbs and rural areas. This article looks into the reasons why and where these trends are most apparent in the...

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3 Cities to Charge for Curb Space in New Micromobility Pilot

3 Cities to Charge for Curb Space in New Micromobility Pilot Smart Cities Dive, March 2019 Three cities will be part of a collaborative pilot program to manage dockless scooters and other new forms of mobility by using a platform from mobility...

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The Race to Code the Curb

The Race to Code the Curb CityLab, April 2019 Everyone—from ride-hailing cars to delivery trucks to bikes and scooters—wants a piece of the curb. How can smart cities map and manage this precious resource? #LandUseandZoning #Article #Curb ...

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Are Curbs The Next Frontier In Urban Mobility? - Forbes

Are Curbs The Next Frontier In Urban Mobility? Forbes, April 2019 True management of the curb is about improving the experience for citizens throughout their journey. #LandUseandZoning #Article #AutonomousVehicles #Curb #Mobility ...

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Uber and Lyft Increased Traffic Delays in San Francisco by 40 Percent

Uber and Lyft Increased Traffic Delays in San Francisco by 40 Percent New Scientist, May 2019 Uber and Lyft drivers are on strike to demand regulated fares and livable wages, in the lead-up to Uber’s initial public offering on the stock exchange...

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