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A mass transit dilemma: Ridership up, funds down.

Public transport systems are reeling from an economic crisis that has dried up tax revenue and blown gaps in state budgets. They are having to raise fares and cut services.

By Richard Fausset

Use the Stimulus to Make Transportation More Like the Internet: John Norquist in Planetizen

While the Obama Administration is readying to harness the power of the internet and social media, it should put the same principles to work to improve our transportation systems with the stimulus bill

Communities battle 'unfair' housing rule

Five well-heeled South Jersey communities continue to fight a state plan to create nearly 4,000 affordable housing units in the next nine years.In July, Gov. Jon S.

Hope Flourishes With Camden Prison Closed

After years of requests, the state is preparing to close the prison.

Ten Most Enlightened Suburbs - Models for the Future

At UTNE Reader Peter Katz and Jay Walljasper outline ten North American communities that are defying the notion of "suburb."

Is this change?

The House of Representatives released an executive summary of the incoming Obama administration's proposed »

Death to Sustainability!

Got your attention, didn't it?

The Atlantic on the CNU Transportation Summit: seizing the moment for walkable transportation networks

The January issue of the Atlantic has a short, smart dispatch from CNU's November Transportation Summit with a subhead that get