Streetsblog is on the hunt for the North American transit station that's most severely undermined by excess surface parking, and today you'll meet the last two contestants in the running.
Highway mega-projects remain tempting to struggling cities and regions in the Rust Belt. But evidence shows they shift economic activity away from existing business districts and don't generate lasting improvements.
The Arts District Needs A Rail Station (Downtown News) To Fight Climate Change, Denser Housing, Less Driving (LAT) Want To Fight Congestion? Employer Parking Cash-Out (LAT) Boyle Heights Tenants Fight Double-Digit Rent Increases (KPCC) 2016 Census Shows Sunbelt Growth, Rustbelt Decline (Let’s Go L.A.) Video: What Housing’s “Missing Middle” Looks Like, Vancouver (Price Tags) Girls […]
“We have an ongoing discussion in this state that needs to be resolved,” said ARB chair Mary Nichols. “Whenever you add capacity to existing roads, it does create induced demand, and it fills up immediately.”
Local return at T-Commitee, high-speed rail, 6th Street PARC, open streets, CA infrastructure and more!
Dana Dunbar was new to transportation policy and activism. But that didn't stop her from waging a successful grassroots campaign against a road widening in her neighborhood.