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A biweekly tour of the ever-expanding cartographic landscape.
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Also: Lyft’s legal battle over driver pay, and Barcelona faces a crime wave.
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Also: Why Chicago’s train tracks are on fire, and federal transit funding is set to dry up in 2021.
Also: When zoning targets families with kids, and “My Brilliant Friend” threatens to gentrify a neighborhood.
Also: Designing schools for homeless children, and the benefits of giving free tech support to residents.
Also: Could high-speed rail ease California’s housing crisis? And the moon lands on the High Line.
Also: Mayors escalate their shutdown plans, and why paper maps still matter.
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