A new study by the Federal Transit Administration sets the price tag for getting the U.S.'s transit infrastructure up to snuff at 77.7 billion dollars.
Jul 21, 2010 Sacramento Business Journal
Walkable, transit-accessible neighborhoods do more than just lower greenhouse gas emissions of their residents - they save them money too, states a new report, "Windfall for All", from the Bay Area's TransForm, a coalition of over 100 non-profits.
Nov 23, 2009 Sacramento Business Journal
A Sacramento judge has ruled that the environmental review for California's high-speed rail has failed to fully account for right-of-way delays involving Union Pacific trains.
Aug 28, 2009 Sacramento Business Journal
A new book, 'Sprawl Costs', calculates the cost of sprawl. Leading the list is Las Vegas, which has the highest per-capita cost, at $72,697 per person.
Nov 16, 2005 Sacramento Business Journal
A graduate student and a professor of public policy and administration examine the relationship of concentrating population in the urban center and home prices.
Oct 14, 2005 Sacramento Business Journal
The preferred scenario from Sacramento's (CA) new comprehensive plan is to arrive at the year 2050 with 53 percent of the region's housing in higher densities.
Oct 14, 2004 Sacramento Business Journal
Why bother with the silly (and unfunded) mandate to update Sacramento's General Plan, which is roundly ignored by everyone, asks Mark Dempsey.
Sep 23, 2003 Sacramento Business Journal
Kaiser Permanente lauches a new program that will establish standardized models for design and construction of its hospitals.
Nov 24, 2002 Sacramento Business Journal
A region's sewer mains provide a rough map of future development. In Sacramento, CA, this map is heating up.
Nov 2, 2002 Sacramento Business Journal