Awful Highway Expansions in Denver and Portland are HaltedBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
State transportation agencies halted proposals to widen freeways in Denver and Portland amid rising costs, lawsuits, and stark questions about the projects’ destructive effects on the environment.
State DOTs Want More Money, Fewer RegulationsBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
AASHTO-ld you so! State DOT association wants the same funding for highway construction — and no provisions to make roads safer.
Dems in Congress Vow to Fight Trump on New Climate RulesBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
Congressional leaders are bracing for a fight with the Trump administration over changes to the environmental review process.
Vision Zero! Oslo Completely Quashes Road DeathsBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
Secrets from Oslo, where the zero of Vision Zero is taken seriously.
Rail-y Big Deal: Ohio Man Maps The FutureBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
"People said, 'This would change my life,'" said the visionary behind a Buckeye State rail system.
Pedestrians Deaths On Freeways is On The RiseBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
More Americans have been dying on high-speed roads because cities and states haven't built proper infrastructure to help people cross safely, a new study shows.
Winners and Losers In $1.4T Fed Spending BillBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
Congress has some stocking stuffers and a few lumps of coal for the transportation sector in the $1.4 trillion spending package the House of Representatives passed on Tuesday in one of the last votes of the year before impeachment.
There is Still Structural Racism in Transportation: ReportBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
Smart Growth America: include community members in planning, hire more diverse staff, and stop displacing residents to combat generations of structural racism
Red States Help U.S. Miss Climate TargetsBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
Why can't our country solve its emissions problem? Because we are effectively two nations: A blue nation that is committed to fighting climate change, and a Trump nation that is not.
Q&A: Micromobility’s Future With Harriet TregoningBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
"Cities can provide more infrastructure that’s safe," the director of the New Urban Mobility Alliance says.
Three Cities See a Way to ‘Curb’ TrafficBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
Curb space is the Wild West of neighborhood transportation.
Kansas City Moves Ahead with Free BusesBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
The Missouri metropolis is set to provide free bus service for residents but state and local governments take more steps to ensure transit thrives in the region.