Yesterday’s sidewalk photo was again easily identified by our readers. Well done Justin Elliott and Gary Guss for pointing out the entrance to Maple Court off Sixth Street in the Beechmont neighborhood. Here’s a new sidewalk to identify. We’ll post the answer on Monday.
- New Albany considers alternatives to building permit moratorium (N & T)
- Metro Council says no to sagging pants even as rule is unenforceable (C-J)
- Falls of the Ohio offer great birding opportunities this time of year (NA Eyesores)
- NY Times points out progress to me made in university graduation rate (The Edit)
- Ralph Avenue dump operator faces fines over odors (C-J)
- Did you know there are over 34,000 oil & gas wells in Kentucky? (NRDC Switchboard)
- A photo of New Albany’s first bike lane on Spring Street (NA Confidential)
- Problems with bike lanes & the expectations they create (Let’s Go Ride A Bike)
- Study shows cars pass bikes more closely where bike lanes present (How We Drive)
- Chicago Police bike-safety video helps clarify bike law to officers (StreetsBlog)
- San Fran bans cars from Market Street to fix congestion, help peds (SFGate via @BLDGBLOG)
- 15% of all homes in U.S. vacant, yet there are plenty who could use them (Smart Growth Am.)
- Are planners more to blame for bland sprawl than subdivision developers? (New Geography)
This is on Lime Kiln Lane, across from McAllister’s Deli and caddy corner to Dooley’s Deli.
I love the idea of posting a sidewalk for people to identify! Wish they all looked like that one.
Here’s an assignment for filmmakers, ad folks, politicians, graphic designers, creatives in general: make place making, new urbanism Sexy:
Bear with the video… it starts out slow: