TRANSPORTWhy Do We Not Integrate Freight Planning?
The Atlantic Cities
In the grand scheme of urban mobility, it's easy to lose track of commercial freight movement. Commuters are the primary source of traffic coming into and out of the city, and parking causes much of the street-to-street congestion within it.
URBANISM & DESIGNHow Can We Urbanize Where We Are?
Around the country, local governments are proposing plans to re-develop aging office parks as urban-style, mixed-use complexes, reports the Wall Street Journal, which cited the Innsbrook office park in Henrico as a case in point.
Reconnecting America Policy Director Sarah Kline will address the directors of the Kaiser Permanente Community Health Initiatives on May 21. The topic of her talk will be "Opportunities for Multimodal Transportation in MAP-21."
TRANSPORTVirginia Beach Light Rail at a Crossroads
The once-abstract idea of light rail in the city continues to take shape as planners crunch the numbers and take public comment on the most detailed scenarios yet for sending The Tide to the Oceanfront.
OTHER VIEWSWebsite Shows San Francisco Transit History
In the nearly century and a half since San Francisco's first cable car completed its inaugural run down Clay Street, the city's public transit system has become as embedded in San Francisco's very fabric as sourdough bread, the Golden Gate Bridge or the omnipresent blanket of fog.