Transportation Planning

Plan documents tend to be static, long, and—let's face it—boring. See how three planning organizations started thinking outside the PDF box to encourage more informed citizen participation.
Feb 15, 2014   Engaging Cities
<p>Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich gives his two cents about the need to expand public transit.</p>
Jun 7, 2008   Robert Reich's Blog
<p>Americans are notoriously bad at navigating European-style traffic circles, but it seems Canadians are also confounded.</p>
May 31, 2008   The Edmonton Sun
Opinion
May 30, 2008   By Samuel Staley
<p>In a policy analysis for the Cato Institute, Randal O'Toole reviews plans for more than 75 of the nation's largest metropolitan areas reveals that virtually all of them fail to follow standard planning methods, and half of them are not effective.</p>
May 27, 2008   Cato Institute
<p>Transportation planners and public officials have begun to consider ways to reconfigure cities and alter driving patterns in order to reduce vehicle miles traveled and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.</p>
Mar 3, 2008   InTransition Magazine
In its most forward attempt to ensnare the fabled "discretionary rider," my local transit agency recently set out handsome billboards touting the pleasures of the bus and the miseries of driving alone. Opinion
Mar 14, 2007   By Josh Stephens