Walking While Black (Times-Union and ProPublica)

Jacksonville’s enforcement of pedestrian violations raises concerns that it’s another example of racial profiling. A Times-Union/ProPublica Investigation By Benjamin Conarck (Florida Times-Union)Topher Sanders and Kate Rabinowitz (ProPublica.org) The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office issues hundreds of pedestrian citations a year, drawing on an array of 28 separate statutes governing how people get around on foot in Florida’s most populous…

Mapping the Paths Most Traveled (CityLab)

BY TANVI MISTA PUBLISHED DECEMBER 19th, 2014 D.C. is a great city for runners. On my long runs this fall, I’d measure the distance in landmarks: half a mile to Union Station, another half to the Capitol, about 1.5 miles across the National Mall to the base of the Washington Monument, and another half to…