We’ve gone over a lot of the things that are wrong with HR 7, the House transportation bill, i.e. the “worst transportation bill ever.” Still, we’ve barely scratched the surface of how damaging this bill would be to communities. Since John Boehner appears intent on giving the legislation one more try, here’s a great example […]
Transit ridership decreased in almost every major American city last year. But there were two notable exceptions -- Seattle and Houston. Those two outliers share one thing in common: In addition to expanding light rail, they're both redesigning their bus networks.
The Transportation Research Board’s 99th Annual Meeting will be held in Washington, D.C. from Jan. 12-16, 2020. Click here for more information. The following article originally appeared on The Transport Politic. It is reposted here with permission. It’s been a busy decade for many cities throughout the U.S. From coast to coast, they’ve been building up […]
The Senate environment committee released new details of its climate change legislation over the weekend, including the share of "emissions allowances" — the revenue generated by regulating carbon in a cap-and-trade system — that the bill would reserve for various sectors of the American economy. Sens. John Kerry (D-MA) and Barbara Boxer (D-CA), the climate […]