Matt Dietrichson, Jun 11, 13.
The city of Dallas received money to extend a streetcar line, but they are still struggling with finding a way to afford operation and maintenance costs.
A new report posits that sustainable development depends on density, walkability, and a mixed-use built environment even more than proximity to rail stations.
Founder and editor of The Urban Country, Jun 10, 13.
No Cars. No Traffic Signals. No Deaths.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 10, 13.
A Wisconsin court ruling may require planners across the country to publicly consider the effects on sprawl, transit, and equity before doing highway expansions
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 06, 13.
A new report out of Harvard argues that widely used transportation engineering standards have outdated recommendations for bicycling infrastructure.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 05, 13.
Last Wednesday, Houston METRO held a stakeholder task force kick off meeting for their Transit System Re-Imagining process.
The proposed high-speed rail line connecting Houston to North Texas has officials on both side of the DFW Metroplex concerned about station locations.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 04, 13.
With many variables to consider, San Antonio's transit authority plans to select one of six streetcar routes later this month.
Matt Dietrichson, May 28, 13.
Responding to economic and demographic trends, the Oregon Department of Transportation has launched a new initiative to focus on multi-modal transportation.
Metro will expand its existing Guaranteed Ride Program to all users. Previously this was provided mostly to Park and Ride riders and not local bus riders.
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