Image by tomsaint11 via FlickrFrom the Imagine No Cars Blog:
Two Months Down
From the Travel and Trains and Other Things Blog:
More Trains? Great ... But First Things First!
A New – and Excellent – Idea for the Sunset Limited
From the Transport Politic:
Can High-Speed Rail Save American Manufacturing?
Chicago Recommends Red Line Extension Route
From Streetsblog San Francisco:
To Reduce Pedestrian Fatalities, Focus Enforcement on Cars
and Pay For It”" rel="bookmark">LaHood Vows to Avert Federal Transpo Bankruptcy and Pay For It
“Shovel Ready” High Speed Rail? CA Is Ahead of the Game
Transit Planners to Congress: Please Figure Out How to Fund Us
From Stephen Rees's Blog:
1,000 units, near car-free, planned in Hayward
From the Downtown Infill Blog:
Baseball Stadium District: We Need More Parking Lots!
Paris Observations, Part I
From the Mobilizing the Region Blog:
Access to the Region’s Core Gets Full Federal Support
NJ Future’s Smart Growth Awards Span State
NYS Commission: Private Sector Could Boost Transit-Oriented Development, Bridges
From the Walkable Neighborhoods Blog:
My Top 20 Favorite Large US Cities: 5 through 1
From Transit Miami:
Parking Requirements Reduced at Museum Park
GM To Declare Bankruptcy;Bicycle Manufacturers Set To Roll On?
From Trains for America:
Baltimore uses Penn Station as hub for urban development (good idea)
Amtrak, high speed rail, and political reality
Amtrak Sunset/Eagle report from New Orleans
Memphis seeks inclusion on high speed rail
From the Overhead Wire:
Oh the Memories...
How I Learned to Love the B...Geary
House to Vote This Week on Weak ‘Cash for Clunkers’ Plan
Eyes on the Street: First Weekend of Car-Free Summer Streets
Putting a Chill on Sprawl in New Jersey
From Smart Growth Around America:
What should be done with dead malls?
Doctors prescribe smarter growth
What can Americans not live without?
Houses may be cheaper — but still not affordable