The 11th-hour opposition campaign seeks to stop a project supported by 75 percent of neighborhood residents just three years ago.
What happens when you build housing around transit, but it's not affordable to the people who ride transit the most?
Georgia Will Spend $100 Million on Kinda-Sorta BRT for Atlanta (AJC) Purple Line Construction in Maryland Moves Ahead (WTOP) Las Vegas Review-Journal Continues Crusade Against Light-Rail Las Vegas Sun: Light Rail Recommendation “Something to Cheer About” Smart Sensors Will Help Portland Design Safer Streets (KATU, Oregonian) Topeka Has a Walking Problem, Not a Parking Problem […]
Keith Crain, chief executive of Crain Communications, saw some bike lanes and wants you to know that he's very mad.
Traffic engineering conventions deprive people on foot of sufficient time to cross the street. We should change that.
How the Oil Billionaire Koch Brothers Attack Transit Projects Around the Country (NYT) NoVa Will Spend $1.3 Billion on Road Projects (WTOP) Pittsburgh Considers Lowering Speed Limits, Adding Bike Lanes (WPXI) Future Tri-Rail Station Draws Development to Palm Beach (Palm Beach Post) New Orleans Bike Rental Businesses Oppose Bike-Share (WDSU) Massachusetts Town Appeals State Bike […]