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The Atlantic on the CNU Transportation Summit: seizing the moment for walkable transportation networksSubmitted by Filmanowicz on Thu, 01/08/2009 - 3:49pm
The January issue of the Atlantic has a short, smart dispatch from CNU's November Transportation Summit with a subhead that get
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
By Chris Kahn
New York-to-A.C. trains start Feb. 6
By Paul Nussbaum
Inquirer Staff Writer
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 LifeSubmitted by Filmanowicz on Sun, 12/28/2008 - 10:49pm
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.
Can we avoid the upcoming Economic Recovery Program from being a Stimulus to Nowhere?
CNU chair Ray Gindroz, president John Norquist, and board member Sam Sherman recently sent a memo to Rep.
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”