We're looking at you, Manhattan.
Taxes on quick car-share trips run as high as 60 percent.
Also, a Florida town outlaws nightclubs and a skating rink that could possibly be used for illicit dancing, and more.
Forget raising taxes or cutting services. If cities understood the economics of land use better, they might not need to do either.
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Missoula considers a new approach to funding walkability as demand grows
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