Bike-friendly, sustainable redevelopment project struggles to get the green light

A sustainable redevelopment project lead by bike shop owner Jackie Green is struggling to get the green light. The rejection of the Clifton project is a decision for less affordable housing, for greater automobile dependency, for the destruction of farm, field, forest and floodplain, for a hotter city, for more flooding, etc.. The project adds 24 residential units and more commercial space. It sports indoor, safe, clean parking for 80 bicycles and is a half block from three TARC routes in one of Louisvilleā€™s most walkable neighborhoods. It saves the old USPO building while introducing car-free customers and employees for local businesses. Courier Journal article regarding project: https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/local/2018/06/28/louisville-development-proposed-frankfort-avenue/740466002/ Project...