Transportation

Today, most transportation professionals are aware that the era of inexorable growth in vehicular travel has ended. Yet many state DOTs and local public works departments continue to assume that traffic will grow far into the future.
Sep 2, 2014   Community Builders
"A once radical idea - that health and urbanism are so deeply entwined that investing in the latter may improve the former -- is beginning to find broad adoption," concludes Fast Company. Greg Lindsay charts the realization of this relationship.
Jun 12, 2010   Fast Company
Jay McChord is as energetic and passionate a person as you'll find in America. Opinion
Jun 11, 2010   By Mike Lydon
Michael Lind of the New America Foundation thinks that plans for high-speed rail and renewable energy are expensive fantasies that liberals need to give up on as soon as possible.
Jun 9, 2010   Salon.com
Opinion
May 3, 2010   By Samuel Staley
These days, I have more in common with my nephew Sam than just about anyone else. He just turned 3. Opinion
Apr 24, 2010   By Jeffrey Barg
Low-cost, high capacity urban gondolas and cable cars are being successfully used as public transit and tools of urban revitalization in Colombia, Algeria and other parts of the developing world.
Apr 11, 2010   www.TheCityFix.com
New York City's second annual Sustainable Streets Index adds a wealth of data in support of green transportation and street safety.
Mar 26, 2010   Streetsblog
After the success of the protected bike lane, or "cycletrack" on 15th Street NW, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) has begun discussing plans for four additional protected lanes around Northwest DC.
Mar 5, 2010   The WashCycle
The backlash against red-light cameras provide a cautionary tale for those who want to cut costs and raise revenue through technology.
Feb 26, 2010   Wall Street Journal
San Francisco, Portland, and San Diego lead the charge to ensure everything from power grids to building codes are prepared for arrival of electric cars.
Feb 16, 2010   New York Times