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New York Times: A Pitch for Mass Transit

Unlike President Bush, Barack Obama is going to enter office with a clear appreciation of the urgent problems of climate change and America’s growing dependency on foreign oil — and a strong commi

Demand dims for energy-efficient homes

Demand dims for energy-efficient homes

By Chris Kahn

Associated Press

New York-to-A.C. trains start Feb. 6

New York-to-A.C. trains start Feb. 6

By Paul Nussbaum

Inquirer Staff Writer

Transportation Summit 08 Attendees: AICP Credits Pending

Attention all AICP members that attended this year's Transportation Summit in Charlotte. CNU is currently in the process of applying for Certification Maintenance credits.

Sound Stimulus: How Congress Can Find and Fund the Roads that Reduce Our Oil Addiction and Improve Our Quality of Life

With input from the incoming Obama Administration, Congress is now building a stimulus bill that will likely result in the largest investment in U.S.

Stimulus to Nowhere?

Can we avoid the upcoming Economic Recovery Program from being a Stimulus to Nowhere?

CNU weighs in on 2009 stimulus with proven housing strategies

CNU chair Ray Gindroz, president John Norquist, and board member Sam Sherman recently sent a memo to Rep.

A New Urbanist Version of Change.gov

In calling for members to use CNU.org to share crisis strategies and enhance our national agenda, Board Chair Ray Gindroz also advances a major idea for “Rebuild America Bonds”

NYC DOT Commissioner Jeanette's Sadik Khan's streets reforms lauded

This New York article highlights Jeanette Sadik-Khan's reforms on the Streets of New York.