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Are You Ready for Walk at Lunch Day?

Have you formed your teams and mapped where you want to walk? Have you broken in new walking shoes? Are you ready to walk? We are, and this video should get you even more in the mood! Arlington Transportation Partners has been working hard to make our three pit stops for the 2013 National Walk… Read more »

Airlines Reporting Corporation Builds Health and Commuting Options with Arlington’s Help

Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC) is one of hundreds of companies that Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP)  works with to improve the quality-of-life in this vibrant county located directly across the Potomac River from Washington D.C. Pinky Advani, ATP’s manager of business development in the neighborhood of Clarendon, where ARC is located, partnered with Tanya Nass, manager… Read more »

Technology Will Fuel Transportation Needs of the Future

TransportationCamp DC is all about providing technology tools to people so they can make the critical choices of getting from Point A to Point B and beyond. The convergence this year of hundreds of urbanists, transportation aficionados, and people who work with technology for a living all joined together on the Saturday last month before the… Read more »

Documentary Details How Riding Trains Reduces Stress

Less pollution, less congestion … those are good reasons to travel by train, but stress may be an even better one. For instance, people admitted to hospitals for heart attacks have a higher rate of having been in heavy traffic congestion just prior to their medical emergencies than other types of patients. And according to… Read more »

Transit Riders Need to Demand Better Real-Time Departure Information

Kurt Raschke, a frequent collaborator on Mobility Lab technology programs, and Chris Barnes of (on the right) were leaving a session at TransportationCamp DC on how to improve real-time transit information when Mobility Lab TV‘s cameras caught up with them. Kurt was concerned about transit agencies losing faithful customers when their real-time bus and train… Read more »

What Goes On at TransportationCamp: The Videos

A taste of last year’s TransportationCamp Washington DC. Be sure and check out all the details about this year’s event here. First up, Lilly Shoup from the U.S. Department of Transportation organized a session called Transportation Policy 101, which consisted mostly of the very “unconference” format of chatting with like-minded people without the formalities of… Read more »

Transit Tech Ready for Center Stage at TransportationCamp DC This Saturday

Commuters in Washington D.C., Virginia, and Maryland are lucky to have so many options to get around the area. But it doesn’t happen without hard work behind the scenes. That’s where events like this Saturday’s 2nd Annual TransportationCamp Washington DC 2013 step in. There will be hundreds of really smart people joining together to generate… Read more »

Bicycle Haiku

For all you bicycle lovers who would like a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of the day, please take a few seconds to enjoy my wordplay. Haiku, by Zanna Worzella Shift That Carbon Bike, Cruise The City With Some Friends, Smile While You Climb High! The End