Matt Dietrichson, May 10, 13.
Facing a transportation funding shortfall of around $4 billion, the Texas legislature failed to secure the potential income source of raising registration fees.
Matt Dietrichson, May 03, 13.
Since the 1960's the Dutch have been building "living streets", which are designed to encourage human interaction.
Matt Dietrichson, May 02, 13.
Months after being approved, the Washington Avenue corridor has begun their innovative new parking program.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 30, 13.
Though it is starting out small, the arrival of a car sharing program in the Energy Corridor is great news for users of alternative transportation modes.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 17, 13.
In an effort to reduce costs and promote pedestrian activity, the Austin City Council has axed parking requirements for downtown buildings.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 15, 13.
New research shows that exposure to automobile emissions may make children more susceptible to certain kinds of cancers.
Chicago's DOT has introduced their Complete Streets Design Guidelines, heralding a major shift towards pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 04, 13.
The World Health Organization newly released "Global Status Report on Road Safety" reveals some gruesome statistics about the level of traffic deaths worldwide
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 02, 13.
After 15 months of 'regulatory limbo,' the Obama administration is introducing requirements for lower-pollution vehicles and cleaner gasoline nationwide.
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 26, 13.
A new study shows a significant percentage of asthma in children can be attributed to breathing car exhaust, similar to the effects of second-hand smoke.
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