Marci Gilbert, Mar 29, 11.
Planning for less fuel, more rail, fewer freight trucks on roads - and no gas or diesel powered cars in cities.
Associate Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Minnesota and Director of Nexus, Mar 28, 11.
A hierarchy of infrastructure needs offers a tool for prioritizing investments.
President of the Chicago-based Center for Neighborhood Technology, Mar 28, 11.
"Location-efficient" communities would help reduce demand for gas.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Mar 28, 11.
The H-GAC Transportation Policy Council decided on a compromise - Option 3 - meaning $12.8 mil was not taken from bike, ped, transit, and livability projects.
Marci Gilbert, Mar 25, 11.
Transit and highway programs are both incentives to different kinds of development
Marci Gilbert, Mar 23, 11.
Better quality of life and money savings by tearing down old highways instead of repairing
Marci Gilbert, Mar 22, 11.
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