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Dallas: The City That Hates Pedestrians, Pt. 50

This very special 50th edition of our longstanding series is patently and appropriately absurd.
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CRE Experts: How Smart Urban Design and Planning Can Help DFW Thrive in the Creative Economy

Real estate developers and civic leaders weigh in on the role of mobility and placemaking in smart urban design.
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Dallas: The City That Hates Pedestrians, Pt. 49

The Cedars got some new sidewalks, but not everyone can use them.
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Driver Enjoys New Pedestrian Bridge Over Highway

In Dallas, pedestrian trails are for drivers, too.
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Is Dallas Housing About to Become More Like Austin—or Houston?

Some on Council want to know what it will take to get more duplexes, triplexes, and quadplexes built in single-family neighborhoods. The policy could bring us closer to our southern neighbors.
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Facing Losing $90 Million, Dallas City Council Grits Its Teeth and Says Yes to DART

DART wants to give the city of Dallas $90 million in excess sales tax revenue, but on its own terms. The Dallas City Council reluctantly agreed on Wednesday.
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The Sophomore Who Got Dallas to Pay Attention to Street Safety Near Adamson High

After a paint job eliminated crosswalks near the Oak Cliff high school, a student with urban planning ambitions got to work.
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Assessing Dallas’ Next Convention Center, a Project Worth Billions That Will Change Downtown

The race is on: the City Council last week was briefed on a new master plan for the current convention center. The visitor’s bureau is bullish, but what does it mean for those who live here?
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Urban Design

DART’s $111 Million Giveaway to Dallas May Mean Five Mile Creek Trail, Sidewalks, Bike Lanes, More

DART is giving its member cities extra sales tax dollars, and Dallas’ share is over $100 million. Let’s break down how the city wants to use it.
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