Twenty-two national parks in California will get a portion of $97 million to repair historic buildings, install solar panels, and fix trails.
Apr 24, 2009 San Francisco Chronicle
The second phase of a rail line extending to Dulles International Airport is slated for completion in December 2016--later than expected--thanks to delays in getting Congressional funding for the first half of the project.
Apr 24, 2009 The Washington Post
In order to reduce his carbon footprint, Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates is providing an excellent example for all municipal leaders by giving up his car.
Apr 23, 2009 San Francisco Chronicle
As a developer turned bicycle activist, Brad Knoefler is trying to bring an urban greenway to one of Miami's most blighted neighborhoods. However, a myriad of red tape remains to be cut.
Apr 23, 2009 Miami Herald
The ARRA has committed $8 billion to high speed rail. President Obama promised an addition $1 billion per year in future budgets. But how will the money be allocated? How will projects be selected? Details can be found in a new plan from the FRA.
Apr 23, 2009 Federal Railroad Administration
<em>GOOD</em> provides a glimpse of TransMilenio, a Colombian bus rapid transit system and shining example of BRT done right.
Apr 22, 2009 GOOD Magazine
America's infrastructure isn't as fragile as current media coverage has made it out to be, according to Jack Shafer.
Apr 22, 2009 Slate
After years of being unfairly associated with conservatism, auto-dependence should be an issue of concern for all Americans--largely because of what it means to the fabric of their communities.
Apr 22, 2009 The Witherspoon Institute
The Virginia Department of Transportation is painting zig-zag lines in the middle of traffic lanes in an effort to get motorists to slow down as they near a bike trail and pedestrian path.
Apr 22, 2009 WTOP
By the end of the year, Spain is on course to have a more extensive high-speed rail system than both Japan and France. The system is changing hearts and minds across this usually home-bound nation.
Apr 21, 2009 The Wall St. Journal