Transportation

This article is part of our ongoing coverage of the Ladders of Opportunity Every Place Counts Design Challenge, a program of the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) with design assistance from CNU. Learn more at cnu.org/everyplacecounts.
There is still time for public comment on an ill-considered rule tying lower speeds on urban streets to "excessive delay." Please read the article and tell FHWA to drop or change this proposal.
People with moderate incomes end up spending less of their hard-earned income in walkable places for two reasons.
Few have noticed the 100th birthday of two pieces of legislation that revolutionized the way we live: The first Federal Aid Road Bill, and the New York City zoning ordinance.
"Advocacy + community involvement is not a static thing."
"Aiming to create a land bridge over I-94 in Rondo, St. Paul!"
"Never have I seen so much passion and inspiration from transport infrastructure."
The program helps communities repair the urban fabric in neighborhoods bifurcated by infrastructure impediments.
"Repurposing existing infrastructure like #RailPark and now Vine St will help knit our neighborhoods back together again."
The program helps communities repair the urban fabric in neighborhoods bifurcated by infrastructure impediments.
This week, USDOT and CNU continues the #EveryPlaceCounts Design Challenge in Nashville, TN as part of the Secretary's Ladders of Opportunity initiative. Led by national transportation and urban design experts, dozens of local officials, residents,...
The "community listening chart" from Nashville, Tennessee, outlines the discussion that is taking place around the I-40 corridor through the city. The discussion is part of US Department of Transportation's Every Place Counts workshop this week—one...