Measure M local return will give nearly $140 million to municipalities to spend on transportation improvements. How the funding is divided and what approach cities take will determine if the priority is pothole repair or complete streets.
A petition in Seattle is calling on the city to do away with "beg buttons" and automatically give pedestrians a walk signal at every traffic light in its "urban villages" -- areas that are walkable and transit-oriented. While pressing a button may seem like a small imposition, it's not that simple.
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The Metro board approved $13.8M to continue to design and engineer the planned $2.75B Union Station run-through-tracks project.
Of all the places that have been marred by surface parking, the saddest might be city blocks served by transit, where walking should reign and driving should not be necessary. We're seeing in this year's Parking Madness tournament that there's an abundance of these places around the United States.
Advocates in Portland are challenging the region's business-as-usual approach to transportation planning. They're sick of roads getting most of the funding pie, while transit, biking, and walking get crumbs.