Tag: California

ROAD DIET BRIDGES A BARRIER, BOOSTS SAFETY

JANUARY 30, 2018  BY ROBERT STEUTEVILLE Today, we’re sharing a success story that shows how a narrower, slower street can benefit local businesses and residents alike by creating a safer, more people-oriented atmosphere. This case study was originally written for the Institute for Transportation Engineers book, Implementing Context … Continue reading ROAD DIET BRIDGES A BARRIER, BOOSTS SAFETY

Edward Humes on How Transportation Overkill Is Killing Us

Claudia Dreifus –A CONVERSATION WITH SEPT. 12, 2016 Edward Humes, 59, is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist whose latest book, “Door to Door: The Magnificent, Maddening, Mysterious World of Transportation,” is a wide-ranging look at the planes, trains and cars that Americans have chosen to rely … Continue reading Edward Humes on How Transportation Overkill Is Killing Us

High-speed rail’s funding, southern station location concern Legislative Analyst’s Office

I just posted about how LA should look at its existing rail structure and the development that did or did not occur at the stops before making the move to expand rail service and stations. Then I came across this article! Why plan something and … Continue reading High-speed rail’s funding, southern station location concern Legislative Analyst’s Office