Shouldn't the new "Jobs for Main Streets" stimulus bill actually fund walkable, bikable transit-friendly main streets, rather than just auto-only highways?
The rollout of Congress' latest stimulus bill has been all about "Jobs for Main Street." That's a great message, argues CNU President John Norquist in a timely »
CNU's summits and Congresses pack a wealth of knowledge into what seems like a blink of an eye. A decade ago, participants clamored for handouts to retain ideas that might otherwise prove fleeting.
Thanks to some quick work by our friends at Reconnecting America (before the 8-day window for Twitter's search engine expired), you can view several days' worth of tweets from CNU's 2009 Transportatio
Almost as fast as 2009 summit participants are sharing key insights and saying quotable things here in Portland, they're being broadcast by a fine group of obsevers on Twitter.
Where Transportation Engineers go to recover, reform and change the world: Streetsblog on CNU's Transportation SummitSubmitted by Filmanowicz on Fri, 10/09/2009 - 3:44pm
There are precious few places where transportation engineers, planners, government officials and developers break out of their silos and actually cooperate in creating transportation systems that actu
Has your town caught a bad case of wide streets, placelessness, energy inefficiency & sedentary lifestyles? Here's your remedySubmitted by Filmanowicz on Thu, 10/08/2009 - 10:43am
Today's Washington Post has a round-up of President Obama's efforts to make sure cities and
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