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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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Commercial Real Estate

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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Local News

In Dallas, the Argument Over Single-Family Zoning Heats Up

Dallas is exploring the impact of allowing duplexes, triplexes, and quadplexes on land presently zoned for a single home. Some would rather not have the discussion at all.
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Local News

Dallas: The City That Hates Pedestrians, Pt. 49

The Cedars got some new sidewalks, but not everyone can use them.
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Local News

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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Moves to Tweak Scooter Rules Fall Flat With Council Transportation Committee

After launching in May with stricter guidelines, council members say the scooter companies have some work to do before they'll agree to loosen the leash.
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Urbanism

South Dallas Has a Traffic Problem

There isn’t enough of it. Two guys with big brains say the highways funnel all the money north.
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Business

The Loop Comes Full Circle

In 2014, a small band of business and civic leaders began working on a project that would create a 50-mile loop of hike and bike trails around Dallas. Nearly 10 years and $90 million later, they're approaching the finish line.
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Commercial Real Estate

What is the Economic Cost of Urban Heat in Dallas?

All signs point toward the importance of expanding tree coverage to not only reduce ambient air temperatures in Dallas but also improve the general well-being of our residents, says AECOM's Steven Duong.
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