Lunch links: How to improve
Photo by Moravsky Vrabec on Flickr.
Good schools help cities or vice versa?:
Does improving city schools bring in more families, as conventional wisdom holds, or is it the other way around
, and improving cities brings better schools? (The Urbanophile via Streetsblog Network
Why the hating on neighborhoods?:
Articles about new galleries or restaurants in neighborhoods like Trinidad or H Street often use negative adjectives
like "hardscrabble" and "dive." Is doing so "glib" and "lazy"? (The District Curmudgeon)
Just what transit needs: TSA screening:
Senator Chuck Schumer wants to add the same security measures
to buses and trains that airlines have. Even if well-meaning, the inconvenience would likely push people to more dangerous driving and hurt transit. (Cap'n Transit Rides Again)
Watch young planners showcasing:
If you missed the Young Planner Showcase, you can see the video
of the three planners discussing their projects. The Arlandrian is pleased with progress
on the one which affects them.
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