Zoning, financing, creative construction---cities and states need to help regular people live where they work.
Back in July, Lyft offered to give $550 in credit to Chicago residents who proved they could live without their car for a month, substituting a mixture of Lyft, Zipcar, bike shares and public transit. It’s now offering a similar deal to residents in 35 other US cities …
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Sheriff's office said the pilot ejected safely; it wasn't immediately clear if the pilot was injured