Mondays Episode 33: Elephants in Aerial Trains

August 5, 2019

Tracy McMillan joins this week to talk about Burning Man, 3D sidewalks, telecommuting, and whether GPS affects our brains.


Mass telecommuting tax break – Curbed Boston

Feds could help remove freeways – D Magazine

Lessons from Burning Man – Governing

Odds and Ends

Wuppertal hanging rail is back – Guardian

Cities need chief data officer – Dallas Morning News

Homes fastest in flood prone industries – New York Times

Story of the Week

3D crosswalks – Smart Cities Dive

Is GPS ruining our brains? Vox

Elephants and Butterflies

Metro bus gif shows truth on dedicated lanes – Fast Company

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