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Four ways you can help improve biking in Louisville right now

Bike Louisville, the city's agency covering bikes and pedestrians, is hoping 2017 will shape up to be a big year for biking in the...

Louisville becoming a more bike friendly city, but has room for...

(Editor’s Note: As you’ve likely noticed, Broken Sidewalk has been sidelined for several months. Last Spring, I was diagnosed with Leukemia and immediately went...

To the moon and back: Louisville’s sky-high problem with Vehicle Miles...

One of the two main goals of the Move Louisville plan, the city's 20-year transportation plan, is to reduce the number of miles people drive each...

Finding hidden density in the Highlands

Sometimes you've got to get creative when developing in the Highlands. That's the idea behind a proposal for five new apartments in a three...

Public comment period for Move Louisville ends July 5! Help stand...

After a couple of extensions, the official public comment period for the draft Move Louisville plan ends on Tuesday, July 5. Move Louisville will...

Urban Ecosystems: Why there’s probably a raccoon living on your block

Cities are their own manmade ecosystems, and they're teeming with wildlife. One animal particularly fit for the challenges of urban life is the raccoon, and...

When the Process Works: The case of 1904–1908 Bardstown Road and...

Cynicism is easy. When I first saw the Broken Sidewalk coverage of proposed changes at 1904–1908 Bardstown Road, my reaction was negative, definitely not hopeful....

Arts & Crafts storefront change to go before Bardstown Road Overlay...

The character of old buildings shines through in their authenticity, whether that's history, age or patina, design, materials, or quirk. A single-story stretch of...

Gallery: Pawsitively beautiful design on display at first Barkitecture Louisville

Over the weekend, designers, architects, and a cadre or pet-friendly people showed off a series of dog houses ranging from a futuristic space pod...