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Morning Links

Task force says: Bury the power lines. [Post]

Mapping government employment in D.C. [DCist]

National Aquarium might not leave the Commerce building for long. [Examiner]

A new grocery market is coming to Mount Pleasant. [WBJ]

Housing bubble check: Negative. [UrbanTurf]

Bike commuting has more than doubled in D.C. since 2000. [WashCycle]

Gentrification as an intentional city strategy? [newgeography]

Russ Ptacek strikes again: Cabs strand disabled passengers. [WUSA]

The driving boom is over. [U.S. PIRG]

But millennials will drive more as they age. [Streetsblog]

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  • werq

    "Gentrification as an intentional city strategy?"
    even marion barry was pro gentrification at times. this was part of the strategy in putting the reeves center on u street.
    it was a major policy for Williams and Fenty.