New Mondays Episode! The Global Hum with Ed Parillon

March 19, 2019


Urbanist Ed Parillon joins the show to talk about autonomous technology, Scott Weiner’s SB50 bill, pied a terre taxes in NY, and Gavin Newsom’s housing plans that could take away transportation funds.

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Boeing Crashes Are a Warning to Drivers, Too – Slate

Twitter Thread on Boeing Technology Issue – Sumner

Pied-à-terre Tax Could Help Pay for MTA – Curbed NY

Gavin Newsom’s Ideas to Spur More Housing – Streetsblog CA

Story of the Week

How Three Cities Ended Chronic Homelessness – Fast Company

How Santa Monica Is Luring People Back to the 3rd Street Promenade – LA Magazine

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Scott Weiner updates SB50 – Curbed SF

Puppies and Butterflies

A mysterious global hum – Guardian


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