Bikesharing and bike rental has been popping up all over the United States the past few years, with more and more communities recognizing the benefits of sharing bicycles. Blog Post
Sep 13, 2015   By Jennifer Evans-Cowley
A new online tool shows people how accessible their homes, neighborhoods, and businesses are to public transit.
Aug 17, 2010   USA Today
Transportation planner Jarrett Walker, on why transportation planners can't stop applying freeway concepts to transit and the important difference between access and mobility.
Apr 18, 2010   Human Transit
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Feb 1, 2010   By Todd Litman
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Jan 13, 2010   By Samuel Staley
The Winterville, GA Planning Commission rejected the idea of creating a special "assisted residential district" for a center for developmentally disabled people, saying that the proposal was too vague.
Nov 6, 2009   The Athens Banner-Herald
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Sep 17, 2009   By Todd Litman
Is a $50,000 annual income wealth or poverty in North America? By historical or international standards such an income should be considered wealthy and luxurious, but most people I know consider it poverty because of the high cost of living. Blog Post
Mar 10, 2009   By Todd Litman
<p>MI5 has requested that planners and architects keep some details of building designs top secret as part of the fight against terrorism.</p>
Jun 13, 2008   The Architect's Journal