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A new report from the International Transportation Forum (ITF) shows America's shortcomings on street safety compared to its peer nations.
38 min ago   Streetsblog USA
The Denver Community Planning and Development department unrolled a new social media campaign this week utilizing #favoriteplacedenver to celebrate the city's unique characteristics.
2 hours ago   The Denver Post
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Aarhus University in Denmark understand for the first time the combined potential impacts of both climate and land-use change on plants, animals, and ecosystems throughout the United States.
4 hours ago   Science Daily
Andy Singer reviews the new Complete Streets Design Manual Draft for the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota.
6 hours ago   Streets MN
A new corridor planned as a haven for local gourmet food in the quiet Haut Marais neighborhood of Paris concerns residents with the threat of gentrification.
8 hours ago   New York Times
A new study found that commuters opting for active travel modes and rail are more satisfied with their commute than those who take bus, metro, or drive.
23 hours ago   Science Direct
On Wednesday, officials celebrated the final fiscal installment of the $2.3 billion 10-mile BART extension planned to open in 2018.
Yesterday   San Jose Mercury
A new study confirmed that the average Los Angeles renter allocates 47 percent of their paycheck towards rent.
Yesterday   KPCC
In November, voters in Cleveland can decide whether or not to ban the use of automatic traffic cameras to catch red-light violators.
Yesterday   ideastream
The FXX cable network is amidst a massive marathon of all 552 episodes of the Simpsons. Joseph Rose, took a break from cartoon bliss to produce ten of his favorite scenes building jokes out of transportation experiences.
Yesterday   The Oregonian
The 10-mile Colfax Ave corridor has the city's highest bus ridership but plagued by traffic congestion. After a 2-year study, bus rapid transit with dedicated lanes was selected by city and county staff as part of a $115 million investment strategy.
Yesterday   The Denver Post