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While projects funded from the Highway Trust Fund are safe through May, discretionary programs run by DOT from annual appropriations must wait for Congress to approve a budget, which just got more complicated due to Obama's anti-ISIS funding request.
8 hours ago   Transportation For America blog
<p>All the indicators are pointing to a disastrous year for the American housing market.</p>
Mar 13, 2007   Bloomberg
<p>The new LEED-ND program is seeking pilot projects to be certified under its new rating system, though developers of some greenfield New Urbanist communities worry the system will penalize them.</p>
Mar 13, 2007   New Urban News
<p>San Francisco and San Diego may be competing for the title of "Most Solar Powered City" after both cities announced ambitious programs to increase solar generation by anywhere from 5 to almost 20 times current city levels.</p>
Mar 13, 2007   Green A City
<p>Northeastern states need to collaborate on regional initiatives to compete globally.</p>
Mar 12, 2007   The Houston Chronicle
<p>Pools of capital ebb and flow, but the tide may be starting to come in for smart growth and New Urbanist investment funds.</p>
Mar 12, 2007   New Urban News
<p>Federal gas taxes must be raised to address a highway funding deficit of $11 billion, according to a new report by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.</p>
Mar 12, 2007   Stateline
<p>Researcher say air pollution from Asia is changing Pacific weather patterns and ending up over West Coast cities.</p>
Mar 11, 2007   The Los Angeles Times
<p>An increasing number of Americans are renting self-storage units to stash away their ever-growing belongings.</p>
Mar 11, 2007   The New York Times
<p>The National Trust for Historic Preservation has published its annual list of twelve unique communities with a commitment to preservation.</p>
Mar 9, 2007   National Trust For Historic Preservation
<p>Even with all the interest in green building, most large scale homebuilders are weary of incorporating green building practices, citing consumers' lack of willingness to pay more.</p>
Mar 9, 2007   AP via MSN Money