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As the White House Pitches “Infrastructure Week,” Architects Sound Off | Architect Magazine

This infrastructure push is a big part of the domestic policy platform and campaign promise for the new administration, and some architects are being cautiously optimistic that something good could come of it. By Chris Bentley On Monday, the White House kicked off what it’s...
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Cycling success: 10 U.S. cities pushing biking forward, including Broward Co – Curbed

New infrastructure, better bikesharing, and safer streets by Patrick Sisson London announced a plan to spend a billion dollars on bike highways and cycling infrastructure late last year. Oslo wants to transform its downtown into a car-free zone by 2019. German cities are testing...
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2017 ASCE Infrastructure Report Card Gives America a D+ | Architect Magazine

The American Society of Civil Engineers has released this report every four years since 2001, with no improvement. By Selin Ashaboglu Yesterday, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) released its quadrennial Infrastructure Report Card, giving the United States an...
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