transit

Giving New Meaning to “Green Transit”

In the US, we tend to think of public transportation as inherently green, which of course it is compared to our addiction to driving. ... read more »

Comments needed on projects for Obama infrastructure plan

The incoming Obama administration is gearing up for massive near-term inve ... read more »

What does Waxman mean for us?

In a rather big victory for progressives (or liberals, if you prefer), House Democrats Thursday voted 137-122 to make Rep. ... read more »

Moving forward, cutting back

Eoin O'Carroll, of the Christian Science Monitor, writes about how Americans are continuing to cut back on driving, despite finding a little relief from gas prices. ... read more »

Rising gas prices provide a good start to 2030 Challenge

Doug Farr’s 2030 Challenge, issued at CNU XVI just three months ago, requi ... read more »

Rail rides a run of good news

The week that ended with a Friday the 13th was filled with rather good news for the transit and train mavens (and Cubs fans) among us. ... read more »

another environmental cost of sprawl

Randall O’Toole has another piece out on Cato Institute letterhead (http://www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=9325 ) in which he argues that rail transit is less efficient than bus service. ... read more »

Transit, Density Sustain Communities in Difficult Housing Market

As we experience a poor housing market in America, it's important to consider the geography of areas both losing and gaining property value. The ... read more »

Public Transit: A green line

Quite a contrast between the Garden State and the Prairie State: ... read more »

Public Transit: A green line

Quite a contrast between the Garden State and the Prairie State: ... read more »