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Access and Mobility

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After rapid expansion, scooter-share companies cut back
After rapid expansion, scooter-share companies cut back
3/1/20, 0.50 page(s)
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As downtowns embrace streetcars, an obvious question: Are they worth it?
As downtowns embrace streetcars, an obvious question: Are they worth it?
4/1/19, 2.00 page(s)
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Beyond scooters and bikes: Electric trikes, tiny cars hit downtowns
Beyond scooters and bikes: Electric trikes, tiny cars hit downtowns
5/1/19, 0.50 page(s)
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Chalking tires of parked cars? You might be violating motorists’ rights
Chalking tires of parked cars? You might be violating motorists’ rights
10/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Cities continue to rethink downtown parking requirements
Cities continue to rethink downtown parking requirements
2/1/20, 1.25 page(s)
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City considers converting one-way streets to two-way traffic — and gets pushback
City considers converting one-way streets to two-way traffic — and gets pushback
8/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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City scrutinizes parking patterns, adjusts rates based on findings
City scrutinizes parking patterns, adjusts rates based on findings
9/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Closing main drag to cars speeds bus travel
Closing main drag to cars speeds bus travel
12/1/19, 0.50 page(s)
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Downtown shuttle service adjusts, adapts
Downtown shuttle service adjusts, adapts
10/1/19, 1.50 page(s)
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Faced with clogged streets, downtowns consider shorter delivery hours, steeper fines
Faced with clogged streets, downtowns consider shorter delivery hours, steeper fines
5/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Highway removals reverse planning sins of decades past
Highway removals reverse planning sins of decades past
2/1/20, 1.25 page(s)
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Hip-hop signs ease pain of downtown road closing
Hip-hop signs ease pain of downtown road closing
12/1/19, 0.75 page(s)
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New streetscape calms traffic, improves pedestrian experience
New streetscape calms traffic, improves pedestrian experience
3/1/20, 1.75 page(s)
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Six ways to reshape, revamp bus service to encourage more riders
Six ways to reshape, revamp bus service to encourage more riders
8/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Struggling trolley service raises questions about streetcar future
Struggling trolley service raises questions about streetcar future
1/1/20, 0.50 page(s)
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To manage parking, small city gets creative
To manage parking, small city gets creative
12/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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Traffic tickets, public awareness part of downtown pedestrian safety program
Traffic tickets, public awareness part of downtown pedestrian safety program
7/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Trains, scooters and other options meet in new downtown-mobility hub
Trains, scooters and other options meet in new downtown-mobility hub
6/1/19, 0.50 page(s)
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Attraction

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After disaster, ad campaign helps bring back visitors
After disaster, ad campaign helps bring back visitors
3/1/20, 1.50 page(s)
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Beer trail, coffee trail drive traffic to downtown watering holes
Beer trail, coffee trail drive traffic to downtown watering holes
4/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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By hosting a few strategic events, downtown attracts new visitors
By hosting a few strategic events, downtown attracts new visitors
5/1/19, 1.75 page(s)
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Diversity, demographics will be driving forces for downtown development, study says
Diversity, demographics will be driving forces for downtown development, study says
1/1/20, 1.00 page(s)
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Downtown boom leads to rebranding effort
Downtown boom leads to rebranding effort
5/1/19, 0.50 page(s)
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Downtown cultivates wine industry to lure tourists
Downtown cultivates wine industry to lure tourists
4/1/19, 0.50 page(s)
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Downtown music fest uses free admission to lure big crowds
Downtown music fest uses free admission to lure big crowds
10/1/19, 0.50 page(s)
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Draw local and regional tourists into downtown
Draw local and regional tourists into downtown
7/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Encouraging a vibrant sidewalk dining scene
Encouraging a vibrant sidewalk dining scene
11/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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Fresh eyes bring new perspective
Fresh eyes bring new perspective
3/1/20, 1.00 page(s)
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Gift-bag giveaways help promote business district merchants
Gift-bag giveaways help promote business district merchants
6/1/19, 0.75 page(s)
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Growth of food halls continues
Growth of food halls continues
8/1/19, 1.50 page(s)
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Historic downtown uses social media to boost profile
Historic downtown uses social media to boost profile
11/1/19, 1.50 page(s)
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Holiday drawing drives traffic to downtown shopping district
Holiday drawing drives traffic to downtown shopping district
12/1/19, 1.75 page(s)
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How to nurture the nighttime economy
How to nurture the nighttime economy
8/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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If your downtown struggles with a bad reputation, donít fight it — embrace it
If your downtown struggles with a bad reputation, donít fight it — embrace it
1/1/20, 2.00 page(s)
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New 5G equipment creates conflict in downtowns
New 5G equipment creates conflict in downtowns
7/1/19, 2.25 page(s)
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Partnering with event venue spurs downtown spending
Partnering with event venue spurs downtown spending
2/1/20, 1.25 page(s)
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Public art takes many forms
Public art takes many forms
8/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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Seven ways to raise your downtown’s social-media game
Seven ways to raise your downtown’s social-media game
2/1/20, 0.50 page(s)
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Small cities woo residents, workers with student loan assistance
Small cities woo residents, workers with student loan assistance
10/1/19, 2.50 page(s)
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Small city uses arts to drive decades-long renaissance
Small city uses arts to drive decades-long renaissance
9/1/19, 2.00 page(s)
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Street painting festival brings in visitors, hustles for funding
Street painting festival brings in visitors, hustles for funding
7/1/19, 1.50 page(s)
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Tattoo convention among events driving downtown’s success
Tattoo convention among events driving downtown’s success
6/1/19, 1.75 page(s)
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To create a compelling brand for your downtown, avoid these common mistakes
To create a compelling brand for your downtown, avoid these common mistakes
9/1/19, 2.25 page(s)
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Use this three-step plan to promote your events on social media
Use this three-step plan to promote your events on social media
1/1/20, 0.75 page(s)
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Clean and Safe

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Charter schools make big impact in struggling downtown
Charter schools make big impact in struggling downtown
11/1/19, 0.75 page(s)
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Cities test “smart“ garbage cans
Cities test “smart“ garbage cans
9/1/19, 0.75 page(s)
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Cutting down on cigarette butt litter
Cutting down on cigarette butt litter
1/1/20, 0.50 page(s)
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Downtown cadets program boosts police presence
Downtown cadets program boosts police presence
4/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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Garbage can makeover creates a facelift for modest investment
Garbage can makeover creates a facelift for modest investment
12/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Improve the parking experience for women and other downtown visitors
Improve the parking experience for women and other downtown visitors
6/1/19, 2.00 page(s)
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Communication

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Downtown foregoes visioning process for in-depth interviews
Downtown foregoes visioning process for in-depth interviews
2/1/20, 0.75 page(s)
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Quaint town pushes back against 5G antennas
Quaint town pushes back against 5G antennas
4/1/19, 0.75 page(s)
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Economic Growth

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“Boot camp” for startup entrepreneurs pays big dividend in small downtown
“Boot camp” for startup entrepreneurs pays big dividend in small downtown
4/1/19, 2.25 page(s)
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Business plan competition offers support, spurs growth
Business plan competition offers support, spurs growth
10/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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Chicago mayor proposes ban on downtown marijuana dispensaries
Chicago mayor proposes ban on downtown marijuana dispensaries
11/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Cities embrace land banks as blight-fighting tool
Cities embrace land banks as blight-fighting tool
10/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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Craft beer? Quilts? Music? Figure out your downtown’s selling point — then create a trail
Craft beer? Quilts? Music? Figure out your downtown’s selling point — then create a trail
2/1/20, 1.25 page(s)
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Downtown Owner’s Manual, mentorship program, help new businesses succeed
Downtown Owner’s Manual, mentorship program, help new businesses succeed
3/1/20, 1.00 page(s)
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Downtown offers incentives to breweries, restaurants
Downtown offers incentives to breweries, restaurants
11/1/19, 1.50 page(s)
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Educational series connects downtown merchants with business services
Educational series connects downtown merchants with business services
12/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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Here’s how one city paid for its downtown Wi-Fi network
Here’s how one city paid for its downtown Wi-Fi network
10/1/19, 0.75 page(s)
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Historic city reimagines its past to move forward
Historic city reimagines its past to move forward
9/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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In new trend, downtown dashboards focus on less-than-flattering metrics
In new trend, downtown dashboards focus on less-than-flattering metrics
8/1/19, 1.75 page(s)
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In tiny towns, entrepreneurs find new uses for empty spaces
In tiny towns, entrepreneurs find new uses for empty spaces
3/1/20, 1.25 page(s)
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JPMorgan Chase announces first winners of economic development grants
JPMorgan Chase announces first winners of economic development grants
7/1/19, 0.50 page(s)
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Major cities are peaking, creating opportunity for smaller cities, author says
Major cities are peaking, creating opportunity for smaller cities, author says
7/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Millennial SWAT team identifies downtown assets and needs
Millennial SWAT team identifies downtown assets and needs
9/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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Opportunity Zone investment lags optimistic predictions
Opportunity Zone investment lags optimistic predictions
1/1/20, 1.00 page(s)
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Opportunity Zones present potential, risk
Opportunity Zones present potential, risk
9/1/19, 0.75 page(s)
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Opportunity zones create excitement, but some urge caution
Opportunity zones create excitement, but some urge caution
5/1/19, 1.75 page(s)
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Pop-up office space brings new tenants downtown
Pop-up office space brings new tenants downtown
5/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Pop-up retail fills vacancies, enlivens streetscape
Pop-up retail fills vacancies, enlivens streetscape
1/1/20, 2.00 page(s)
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Porch parties, street market among redevelopment strategies for historic area
Porch parties, street market among redevelopment strategies for historic area
12/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Rather than regulating chains, city imposes limits on the width of storefronts
Rather than regulating chains, city imposes limits on the width of storefronts
7/1/19, 1.50 page(s)
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Retail shifts dovetail with downtown assets
Retail shifts dovetail with downtown assets
6/1/19, 1.50 page(s)
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Shared kitchens sprout nationally, fill vacant space and foster startups
Shared kitchens sprout nationally, fill vacant space and foster startups
12/1/19, 2.00 page(s)
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The making of a great downtown merchant: Branding tips for retailers
The making of a great downtown merchant: Branding tips for retailers
6/1/19, 0.50 page(s)
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To bring back economic activity, hurricane-battered downtown broadens focus
To bring back economic activity, hurricane-battered downtown broadens focus
2/1/20, 1.00 page(s)
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Pathways and Public Spaces

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“Shade Parade” blends public art and much needed protection from the elements
“Shade Parade” blends public art and much needed protection from the elements
11/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Alley beautification makes downtown more inviting
Alley beautification makes downtown more inviting
4/1/19, 0.50 page(s)
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Amid shift to pedestrianism, shade takes on new importance
Amid shift to pedestrianism, shade takes on new importance
8/1/19, 1.50 page(s)
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City’s approach to homelessness ranges from mental health services to annoying music
City’s approach to homelessness ranges from mental health services to annoying music
3/1/20, 1.50 page(s)
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Closing downtown street brings new life — and spurs downtown events
Closing downtown street brings new life — and spurs downtown events
1/1/20, 1.25 page(s)
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Downtown adjusts parking rules for food truck operators
Downtown adjusts parking rules for food truck operators
6/1/19, 0.75 page(s)
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Help businesses thrive during road work
Help businesses thrive during road work
11/1/19, 1.50 page(s)
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Lesson from pedestrian bridge project: Go big, and make it count
Lesson from pedestrian bridge project: Go big, and make it count
11/1/19, 1.25 page(s)
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Pedestrian times, mid-block crosswalks boost cityís walkability
Pedestrian times, mid-block crosswalks boost cityís walkability
6/1/19, 1.00 page(s)
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Public art creates new energy in downtowns
Public art creates new energy in downtowns
2/1/20, 1.50 page(s)
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To make downtown more attractive, embrace “the power of public restrooms”
To make downtown more attractive, embrace “the power of public restrooms”
5/1/19, 2.00 page(s)
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