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A man rides a bicycle through heavy smoke that is emitting from a nearby store on fire, Monday, April 27, 2015, during unrest following the funeral of Freddie Gray in Baltimore.  (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

The Los Angeles bike highway that never was 

In 1899, a madman/visionary/cyclist/entrepreneur named Horace Dobbins dreamed up an idea to build a nine-mile long bike highway in the middle of Southern California. It didn't work, but its idea presaged the highways we know today - those for motorists. Gizmodo tells the tale of...

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A northbound car passes over a section of broken pavement at the corner of 3rd and Washington in 2003 as a lost hubcap lies a few feet from the damaged road.  (Dan Pelle)

One-third of state's highways in poor condition 

A third of urban highways in Washington are in poor condition, a quarter of the state's bridges are structurally deficient or obsolete and the state transportation department faces a backlog of $1.8 billion backlog in "pavement preservation," according to a report released this week by...

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Chris Pederson cleans off the sidewalk at Indiana and Wall in Spokane, Wash., after the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens.  (Photo Archive/Spokesman-Review)

Mending downtown Spokane's sidewalks

If you've ever walked around downtown Spokane, you won't be surprised to hear that the sidewalks are broken. Like really broken, deteriorating and hazardous, especially if you've got your nose buried in your smartphone. It may surprise you to hear that there's $40 million worth of repair...

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Getting There

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