Its political climate geared more to reacting to crises instead of averting them, America's under-maintained infrastructure -- out of sight and, for many, out of mind -- is "coming apart at the seams."
Aug 29, 2006 The Seattle Times
James May drives what he believes is the car of the future -- a car that runs on a hydrogen fuel cell with a removable body.
Aug 29, 2006 YouTube
With the housing market softening, cities that have been witness to heavy speculation in trendy urban condos will suffer most.
Aug 28, 2006 The San Francisco Chronicle
Forbes surveys the drinking habits of metropolitan areas across the country.
Aug 28, 2006 Forbes
A recent article in the Washington Post calls for drastic action from local communities and politicians in Washington to address the growing lack of affordable housing.
Aug 28, 2006 The Washington Post
Some of the recent incentives to woo homebuyers in a slowing housing market sound more like automobile ads.
Aug 27, 2006 The Baltimore Sun
<p>Tim Halbur features a podcast interview with Shelley Poticha, President of Reconnecting America and the Center for Transit-Oriented Development.</p>
Aug 27, 2006 Post-Car Culture
A struggling artist laments in The Onion that more people like him aren't moving into his neighborhood to make it even more authentic than it is now...and asking for $3.00 lattes.
Aug 25, 2006 The Onion
A review of transportation ballot measures from 2000-2005 found growing use of voter-approved financing. Over than span, 70 percent of transportation measures were successful at the ballot box generating at least $70 billion in new investment.
Aug 25, 2006 Center For Transportation Excellence
The right choice of words, stories and images can have a remarkable effect on how the public views affordable housing.
Aug 25, 2006 Shelterforce Magazine