Brunch links: The road ahead
Photo by gato-gato-gato.
Traffic cameras vs... the icon of freedom?:
I actually agree with AAA that a speed camera on New York Ave east of Bladensburg may not be the most appropriate location
, and the speed limit may be too low. But it seems bizarre to then segue into how driving fast without worrying about pesky safety laws is the "symbolic icon of American freedom" and quoting Thomas Hobbes. What do you think? (Ashley Halsey/Post)
What's your vision, possible Mayor?:
Adrian Fenty and Vincent Gray keep going after each other, but neither has articulated much of a clear plan
for where they want DC to be four years from now, and it's making more and more voters nervous. (Tim Craig/Post)
Mote's successor should be less insular:
Prince George's Councilmember Eric Olson hopes
the next UMD President will continue the University's academic rise, and also improve interaction with the surrounding community through the Purple Line and Smart Growth along Route 1. (Post)
A greener block and U:
Living City Block helps make cities greener by focusing on one block at a time, helping owners upgrade energy efficiency together for lower costs. Their next block of focus is the northeast corner of 14th and U
NW in DC. (Housing Complex)
Need some rest?:
Delaware will soon reopen its I-95 rest stop
, which concession operator HMSHost has spent 10 months renovating. What about other states which can't run commercial rest stops, like Virginia? Some say that nowadays the laws against them really only help McDonald's. (Danielle Douglas/Post)
Next stop, AT&T station:
SEPTA sold the naming rights
to AT&T for its Pattison Avenue station, the closest station to the homes of Philly's four major sports teams. They get $3.4M and AT&T will pay for all the new signs. (Philly.com, Seth T.)
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