Mobility 21 Annual Summit: Connecting the Dots


Metro: 1st Annual Student Summit

Metro and the Los Angeles Community College District have partnered to host the first annual Student Transportation Summit at Los Angeles Trade Technical College November 7. The summit will bring together community college and university students to focus on the future transportation needs throughout LA County and specific steps to address the environmental impacts of […]

Bike-Share Update: DC First Out of the Gate

On Wednesday Streetsblog declared Portland the leader in the race to launch a public bike-share program here in America. But as reader Chris Loos pointed out, a bike-share system in Washington is actually imminent. "DC SmartBike" will launch as a pilot program in the coming weeks with 120 bikes at 10 stations, available for an […]

Review of Mobility 21 Conference

(Editor’s note: One of the drawbacks of the timing of things is I have been unable to add anything to the coverage of the Mobility 21 conference that occurred earlier this week.  Leaders from the freight industry, ports, car-lobby and government leaders held a summit on Monday to get together and talk about what they […]

CNU Summit to Focus on Reforming Transportation, Planning Principles

The Congress for the New Urbanism will meet in Portland, Oregon, in early November for the annual Project for Transportation Reform, a summit to further define and clarify emerging urban transportation policies that embrace entire networks, rather than interdependent transportation segments, and that seek to balance modal transportation splits and reduce overall vehicular miles traveled […]