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Mobility Lab
A leading U.S. voice of "transportation demand management" – helping people use transit infrastructure.
Customers Are Key
Helping people feel comfortable on transit is often an over-looked priority for transit agencies.
Roanoke's Urban-Renewal Past
The history of how PR helped turn a Virginia community into pavement.
Transportation Techies
Parking is going high tech.
Talking Transportation
Why our vocabulary may skew us to naturally gravitate to cars.

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Arlington’s Living Laboratory

Arlington’s Living Laboratory

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Arlington’s Transit Tech Initiative

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  • Open house for Arlington Memorial Circle redesign Mar. 3 March 3, 2015
    The National Park Service is hosting a public open house on March 3rd to present rough design ideas for Arlington Memorial Circle on the George Washington Memorial Parkway. The area has a long history of safety issues for Mount Vernon Trail users -- Greg Billing, March 2, 2015, WABA […]
  • Closings & delays Monday March 2, 2015
    A list of closings and delays rom ABC 7. -- March 2, 2015, ABC 7 […]

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  • Copenhagen to roll out new smart traffic system (Denmark) March 2, 2015
    Language English Copenhagen City Council has approved spending 60 m Krone (€ 8.04m) to implement intelligent transport systems (ITS) that will adapt traffic signals to weather and real-time traffic conditions. The proposed plan will see commuters in Copenhagen relay anonymous information via their smartphones and mobile devices to street sensors, allowing traffic lights to change […]
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  • EMW and SUMP award finalists announced February 27, 2015
    Language English The finalists of the European Commission’s European Mobility Week (EMW) and Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) awards have been announced. Murcia (Spain), Östersund (Sweden) and Vienna (Austria) reached the last stage of the EMW Award, while Bremen (Germany), Dresden (Germany), and Ghent (Belgium) will compete for the SUMP Award. The winners will be […]
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Mobility Lab is a leading U.S. voice of “transportation demand management” – moving people instead of cars – and works to create a shared national voice with clear calls to action from TDM agencies across the country.

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The Transportation-Public Health Link (T-PH Link) is based on a systems approach to transportation infrastructure, which integrates sociopolitical, economic and environmental factors impacting long-term sustainability and quality of life.

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Planetizen is the news and information site for the urban planning, design and development community. We're a hub for professional contacts, job postings, RFPs and RFQs, and a searchable directory of consultants. If you're working in land use, you'll find Planetizen a useful and engaging site.

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SMART URBANISM: A new initiative started by leading urbanist, Kelvin Campbell, advances a radical evolution in the planning, design and delivery of cities. drawing on the great urban theorists and systems thinking, it is designed to work with the complexity of the city.

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