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San Francisco considers a plan for cheap public toilets that compost
A new installation in Seattle encourages users to rethink how they consume music
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After two coats of paint, a new bike lane in Los Angeles is struggling to take hold
Activists have opposed everything from environmental regulations to smart growth. What kind of long-term impact will they have?
The Nevada city's craziest urban designs, as seen from space
On its 75th anniversary, the Urban Land Institute looks to the future
After a failed first attempt, the city tries again
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