Jay Blazek Crossley, Jan 13, 10.
Cost-effectiveness will no longer be more important than congestion relief and environmental benefits, making it easier to fund transit projects.
Mayor Annise Parker announced the leadership of the 8 committees that will be the focus of her transition efforts, focusing on METRO.
Steve Hawley, Jan 13, 10.
Even cities with little transit funding should move ahead with high-density, mixed use developments to promote a sustainable economy, says one urban planner.
Local and federal officials met at the Port of Houston and agreed that the region must cooperate to develop an intermodal transportation network.
A new paper finds that an increase in the amount people drive actually causes a decrease in per capita economic productivity.
The dangers of texting and using a cell phone while driving received unprecedented publicity last year, leading some cities and states to outlaw such behavior.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Jan 11, 10.
The Dallas Morning News interviewed Mark Miner with the Rick Perry campaign who says "Governor Perry is in favor of intercity passenger rail service."
Citizens' Transportation Coalition, Jan 11, 10.
What matters in transit is not technology but level of service
Steve Hawley, Jan 08, 10.
The New Jersey Department of Transportation wants the state's roads to be accessible to cars, transit, pedestrians, and bicyclists.
The stimulus bill, high-speed rail money, and new transportation reforms topped the list of 2009 transportation accomplishments.
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