Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Right now many people across America are anxiously awaiting the next round of contests to take place this weekend in the Sweet Sixteen. Of course, I'm referring to the Sweet Sixteen of the Urbanist Bracket Challenge over at the Atlantic's Cities Blog.
Who are you rooting for in the big matchups--Bike Lanes vs. Streetcars? Farmers' Markets vs. BIDs? Festival vs. Stadium? Congestion Pricing vs. Electric Car Charge Stations?
Which regional bracket will produce the champion: Le Corbusier, Dandyhorse, Sidewalk Ballet, or Ed Koch?
Unlike most NCAA basketball pools, you can still vote in the Urbanist Bracket Challenge! Check it out at the website. Over 20,000 votes have been cast so far (probably more than your office pool!) so get involved and make your voice heard. Enjoy the land use Madness.
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