The flu got the best of me last week. Hence two weeks of headlines as of Feb. 21!
- The towers of the 13th exposed at Pavillon de l’Arsenal. (Atlantic Cities, Feb. 20)
- Paris’ first vertical farm grows in the 15th. (Vélib’ & Moi, Feb. 20)
- France has 38 measures to fix air pollution (Isabelle et le vélo, Feb. 17), and 27 to change the suburbs (UrbaNews.fr, Feb. 20).
- Plan station-to-station Vélib’ trips with opentrip planner (comeetie.fr, Feb. 18)
- The parking lot that became the Centre Pompidou and other images of Paris of the 20th century. (Vélib’ & Moi, Feb. 14)
- North-East Paris gets a facelift (Paris.fr, Feb. 14)
- Culture beyond the Péripherique? Pas possible … possible? (Atlantic Cities, Feb. 14)
- Fatalities are up, injuries down, on Paris’ bikeways in 2012 (Vélib’ & Moi, Feb. 11)
- A climate-wise city needs thousands of kilometers of bike lanes, not hundreds. (Atlantic Cities, Feb. 8)
- Waste less, want less? Ile-de-France throws away less garbage in 2012. (Vélib’ & Moi, Feb. 8)
- While Zones 30 have many supporters, they don’t seem to live in Paris. (Le Parisien via UrbaNews.fr, Feb. 7)
- One month of Vélib’ visualized (comeetie.fr, Jan. 31)