Some might ask why would Arlington, Alexandria and DC invest in these programs? The traditional role of government with regard to transportation has been building supply. Since the earliest human history, rulers built roads for military and commerce. Many of these ancient routes, such as the Grand Trunk Road winding through the Khyber Pass, remain… Read more »
Month: April 2012
The Mobility Collaborative’s first white paper discusses the impact of rising gas prices on household budgets and travel behavior. Research and previous behaviors suggest that price increases alone are not going to be enough to change how people think about mobility. Check out “White Paper #1 – Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride and the Long-Term Impact… Read more »
Sign Up for Our Newsletter!
- Cities need common sense before they get smart Most people have heard about “smart cities” by now, although it isn’t always clear what...
- When bikeshare stations are near Metro, more people use them Capital Bikeshare can help get people to a Metro station when they live or work...
- WMATA's SelectPass pilot could become permanent, would complement TDM plans When transit passes are simple, flexible, and useful, the choice to take Metro or bus...
- Jane Hardin Have you looked at how
to engage residents in the planning process? To learn their preferences,...
- Adam Russell Hi S,
Are you referring to the forwarding button at the bottom of the Express newsletter?...
- S The forwarding button doesn't allow me to enter my email and forward the newsletter.
- Monday, December 5, 2016As transportation demand management professionals, we know the drill once winter fades and spring is in sight: we gear up for warm weather active transportation
- Monday, December 5, 2016Conventional transport evaluations overlook many of the key factors that make the case for federal funding of transit, biking, and walking enhancements. Consumer savings, parking congestion,
- Monday, December 5, 2016From Streetsblog SF: Today at 1:30 p.m. PST, the Land Use and Transportation Committee of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors will consider a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) ordinance that
- Friday, December 2, 2016Bikeshares benefit their cities in small, varying, and sometimes imperfect ways. Such cautious and incremental gains aren’t the stuff of bold headlines. But they’re small
- Thursday, December 1, 2016In the wake of Election Day 2016, at least one clear winner has emerged: public transportation. There were a historic number of transit-related funding