Streetsblog Chicago reached out to local transportation leaders to get their take on what the Biden-Harris administration will mean for sustainable transportation based on their platform and statements
Ten days ago, as part of our Streetsie awards celebrations, L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl joined Streetsblog L.A. for an “Ask Me Anything” interview moderated by SBLA Editor Joe Linton. The interview is filled with interesting information and stories from one of L.A.’s truly trailblazing politicians. If you’re finding yourself questioning politics on Election Day […]
As France develops its high-speed rail network, the areas around stations are treated not just as transportation initiatives but as city-building projects. This discussion centers on how public agencies plan high-speed rail station areas in France, integration of the stations into districts as a whole, and the importance of a comprehensive vision for integrating transportation and land use in the station district.
What would a Mitt Romney presidency look like for transportation? Well, the election is less than three months away yet there remains a fair amount of mystery about where Mitt Romney stands on various policy issues, from trade agreements to transit. As governor of Massachusetts, he had a mixed record but did initiate some innovative […]
As part of today’s Metro Board meeting, the Board of Directors passed a motion calling on the state’s Air Resources Board to spend funds collected through the state’s cap and trade program on sustainable transportation funding. California’s cap-and-trade program is the state’s primary strategy for reducing the State’s greenhouse gas emissions to meet emissions reduction […]