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  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Traffic planners should listen up to solutions offered by Transportation Techies  —  
  • Gil Friend's Daily View:  Can multi-passenger ride-hailing complement public transit?  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  How ride-hailing is disrupting transit, the auto industry, and our communities  —  
  • Inman:  Real-estate investor roundup: The high cost of free parking  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Can multi-passenger ride-hailing complement public transit?  —  
  • iTunes:  Mandatory parking minmums and you  —  
  • Stitcher:  Mandatory parking minimums and you  —  
  • MSN:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Upscale golf cart becomes the latest mobility innovation in Arlington  —  
  • CityLab:  Older people will need much better transit  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Mobility: How technology will shape the way we travel  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Mobility: How technology will shape the way we travel  —  
  • Third Wave Urbanism podcast:  Episode 22: Mandatory parking minimums and you  —  
  • Autotrader:  There is no free parking  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Could Uber and Lyft push to make paratransit efficient and affordable?  —  
  • CBC News (Canada):  The slow death of urban parking: Don Pittis  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Transit should cater to similar needs of seniors and Millennials  —  
  • City Observatory:  A must-watch video on parking  —  
  • Rodexo:  The slow death of urban parking: Don Pittis  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Seniors, not just Millennials, may be turning away from driver’s licenses  —  
  • Spacing Vancouver:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Survey: Arlington seniors are savvy users of public transportation  —  
  • The Shared-Use Mobility Hub:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Survey: Arlington seniors are savvy users of public transportation  —  
  • ARLnow:  Local seniors have Millennial transit traits  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Senior citizens in Arlington County are smart transit riders  —  
  • Mental Floss:  Why America has so many empty parking spaces  —  
  • BikeWalk:  Video: The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Parksify:  The beginning of the end for parking minimums?  —  
  • The Urban Developer:  Every car park counts: What Australia can learn from our car-centric counterparts in the US  —  
  • SeriouslyArchitecture:  Why is car parking so ubiquitous in the U.S.? This video explains everything  —  
  • Arch Daily:  Why is car parking so ubiquitous in the US? This video explains everything  —  
  • Planetizen:  Toward better advertising campaigns for transit  —  
  • Curbed:  Mexico City is kicking its parking addiction. Can U.S. cities do the same?  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Driver speed, texting is the new drunk driving  —  
  • De Los Angeles Studio:  Cost of parking  —  
  • Meet the World:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Mobility Tech Green:  The High cost of free parking on our cities  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Previous email’s most read … The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Urban Demographics:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Pinspider:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • VidShaker:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • CityLab:  Mobility Lab vid highlights how parking minimums have hurt cities  —  
  • Daily Mulligan:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Like Cool:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Best of YouTube:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Video: The high cost of free parking  —  
  • High T3ch:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Mesa Zona:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Trending Newscast:  The high price of free parking  —  
  • Planetizen:  A new video to explain the high cost of free parking  —  
  • Vox Sentences Newsletter:  Watch this: The high cost of free parking  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Vox/Mobility Lab video: The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Videos 66:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Dewayne-Net Archives:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Vubble:  On the high cost of free parking  —  
  • Transportation Planning:  Donald Shoup on the high cost of free parking  —  
  • Reddit:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • Vox:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • YouTube:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • EBL News:  The high cost of free parking  —  
  • The Future Drive Daily:  Station placement is key to connecting bikeshare to the transportation grid  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Transit should be uncluttered onboard and in its advertising  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Station placement is key to connecting bikeshare to the transportation grid  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Transit should be uncluttered onboard and in its advertising  —  
  • Park Plus System (Calgary):  How parking can solve the first- and last-mile challenge  —  
  • Bastard Urbanism:  Marketing the freedom of transit  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Transit’s advertising challenge  —  
  • Bisnow:  TransitScreen growing rapidly with Smart City partnership, new products  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  National advertising effort needed by local transit agencies  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  What does good advertising for transit look like?  —  
  • Chicago's The Expired Meter:  National advertising effort needed by local transit agencies  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  National advertising effort needed by local transit agencies  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  A quick look at how the D.C. region has been using Capital Bikeshare this year  —  
  • Vagabond Way:  How Mike travels the world and helps his resume  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Mason study reveals ways Arlington can address traffic concerns  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Aspen will examine traffic issues with a “mobility lab”  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  I always wanted to be a professor, so here’s maybe the next best thing  —  
  • George Mason University:  Mason study reveals ways Arlington can address traffic concerns  —  
  • NVTC Newsletter:  Ease of transportation access gets a look in Hawaii and Pennsylvania  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  The first quarter of 2017 was a good period for Capital Bikeshare  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  A quick look at how the D.C. region has been using Capital Bikeshare this year  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  California merchants, public clamor for rethinking our transportation impulses  —  
  • TampaSphere:  Build bike infrastructure with lower biking stress levels  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Post-Travis Kalanick, Uber needs to finally think deeply about its role in the world  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Closing gaps in low-stress networks to bring bicycling to more people  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  What’s next for Montgomery County bike infrastructure  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Dallas area is pinpointing ways to make transportation easier and better  —  
  • Streetsblog Texas:  You can volunteer to teach Vision Zero tool to better understand intersection danger  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Stanford cut its drive-alone rate by 22 percent since 2000  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Stanford’s Drive-Alone Rate Dropped 22% Since 2000  —  
  • Agri News Net:  Flying cars could happen. But they’ll probably create more problems than they solve  —  
  • GreenTech Media:  Flying cars could happen. But they’ll probably create more problems than they solve  —  
  • TriTAG.ca:  Bike parking and the bottom line  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Online GMU “blueprint” study suggests avenues for expanding reach of Arlington’s transportation options  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Understanding the basics behind transportation choices  —  
  • International Parking Institute:  Zero-occupancy vehicles?  —  
  • GovLove Podcast:  Car-free planning in DC & Key West with Chris Hamilton  —  
  • Gate One Travel:  Why you should opt out to take buses  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Vision Zero video tool analyzes intersections for dangerous traffic conflicts  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  People who work near Seattle’s protected bike lanes ride to work more often  —  
  • Business Record (Des Moines, Iowa):  One Good Read – Driverless vehicles could clog highways, lead to incentives  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Forget “vehicle miles traveled,” it’s time to start planning for “zero-occupant miles”  —  
  • The Mobility Hub:  Cities will need to fight zero-occupant miles with “TDM for autonomous vehicles”  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Most Read: Cities need to fight zero-occupant miles  —  
  • Hot Gadgets:  Implementing demand management policies to prevent self-driving gridlock  —  
  • Pricetags:  How to price automated vehicles before we have them  —  
  • CUTR Lines Daily:  Cities will need to fight zero-occupant miles with “TDM for autonomous vehicles”  —  
  • Holiday in New York:  Implementing demand management policies to prevent self-driving gridlock  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  Implementing demand management policies to prevent self-driving gridlock  —  
  • FleetOwner:  Will autonomy actually make traffic congestion worse?  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Why cities need TDM plans for autonomous vehicles  —  
  • BikeyBlog:  Collection of Mobility Lab articles  —  
  • WAMU (no online link):  Howard interviewed about the Waze effect and autonomous vehicles  —  
  • World & Vietnam:  San Francisco may prohibit delivery robot  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Living near protected bike lanes prompts more rides  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Better bike commuter infrastructure brings more of Seattle’s cyclists to work  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  People who work near protected bikeways are more likely to bike to work  —  
  • Nextgov:  San Francisco to delivery robots: Get off the damn sidewalk  —  
  • Route 50:  San Francisco to delivery robots: Get off the damn sidewalk  —  
  • CUTR Lines Daily:  Bike to Work Day 2017 draws thousands across the D.C. region  —  
  • TriTAG.ca:  Low-stress streets mean more biking, greater transit access  —  
  • CityLab:  San Francisco to delivery robots: Get off the damn sidewalk  —  
  • Golem.de:  Stadtrat in San Francisco will lieferroboter verbieten  —  
  • Government Technology:  Will San Francisco ban sidewalk delivery robots?  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Low-stress streets mean more biking, greater transit access  —  
  • San Francisco Chronicle:  San Francisco could ban sidewalk delivery robots  —  
  • MSN:  Delivery robots may find San Francisco sidewalks off-limits  —  
  • Postimees Tehnika:  Üllatav tagurlus: kas San Francisco keelab tõesti pakiveorobotid?  —  
  • Market Watch:  Delivery robots may find San Francisco sidewalks off-limits  —  
  • True Viral News:  Delivery robots may find San Francisco sidewalks off-limits  —  
  • Business Record (Des Moines, Iowa):  One Good Read – Carshare vs. vehicle ownership  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Arlington County’s big potential payoff from carsharing  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  In Arlington, when is it cheaper to choose carsharing over car ownership?  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  In Arlington, when is it cheaper to choose carsharing over car ownership?  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  For Alexandria development to thrive, transit needs to be part of the picture  —  
  • BisNow Morning Brief:  Transit is key for new Alexandria development  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Transit is key for new Alexandria development  —  
  • Is This Heaven?:  Bikeshare won’t save your city  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  90% of Americans See Benefits of Transit  —  
  • The Mobility Hub:  Will growth of shared mobility make people more willing to share their own cars?  —  
  • RapidShift.net:  As many as 95% of trips in big cities could be shared with no more than a 5-minute inconvenience for riders  —  
  • Big Green Commute:  Big Green Commute featured by Mobility Lab  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Autonomous transit: The most efficient way to use AV technology  —  
  • Junction TMO Commuter News:  Mobility Lab’s universal methodology to level the playing field for transit and TDM programs  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Untangling the jumbled path towards the ultimate connected city  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Will growth of shared mobility make people more willing to share their own cars?  —  
  • Shared-Use Mobility Center:  Will growth of shared mobility make people more willing to share their own cars?  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Biking education books spread to Arlington’s free libraries  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Station upgrades mean it’s now easier to get a Capital Bikeshare key right away in Arlington  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  WMATA Metrobus data projects explore effects of fare payments, disruptions  —  
  • The Direct Transfer (no link):  Most read: Impacts of increased delivery congestion  —  
  • The Washington Post:  When commuting in the D.C. region, distance doesn’t tell the whole story  —  
  • The Direct Transfer (no link):  Cities addressing delivery congestion epidemic  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  With online shopping on the rise, cities look to address congestion impacts of deliveries  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  We know the solution to transit’s last-mile problem — It’s walking  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  How self-driving cars will change local real estate  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  On-demand “flying Ubers” could ease East Coast traffic  —  
  • Washingtonian Magazine:  How self-driving cars will change local real estate  —  
  • Northern Virginia Transportation Commission:  SXSW audio: How to Uber-ize public transit to save it  —  
  • Northern Virginia Transportation Commission:  On-demand “flying Ubers” could ease East Coast traffic  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Intuit, Mayo Clinic, and Verizon understand TDM, more HR pros need to get it as well  —  
  • Seattle Transit Blog:  An interview with TransitScreen  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Study: Uber and Lyft add traffic, reduce efficiency on Denver and Boulder roads  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Driverless cars will be the end of transportation  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Inspiring transit ridership requires meeting people where they are  —  
  • TriTag.ca:  People who lived near reliable transit as young adults tend to take transit more later in life  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  DC employers recognized for leadership in commute contests, transit benefits, and more  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Swedish ad perfectly skewers self-driving hype  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Arizona DOT’s quirky messaging is working  —  
  • CUTRLines:  Uber is betting D.C. commuters are willing to pay to slug  —  
  • The Future Drive Daily:  Transit as a lifelong habit: Early transit use informs choices later on in life  —  
  • Holiday in New York:  Early experiences with transit can influence lifelong ridership  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  Early experiences with transit can influence lifelong ridership  —  
  • Reston Now:  FCDOT happy with Reston bikeshare usage, has plans for 10 additional stations  —  
  • CUTRLines:  Capital Bikeshare heat map visualizes 2016 rides, first look at Fairfax ridership  —  
  • CUTRLines:  Despite record surge in jobs, TDM investment keeps Seattle moving  —  
  • Planetizen:  Can rideshare catch on where it’s easy to drive?  —  
  • Treehugger:  Our streets may be clogged with self-driving cars  —  
  • The Mobility Hub:  Will people ever share rides in small and mid-size cities?  —  
  • Village Green:  Waze and other traffic dodging apps prompt cities to game the algorithms  —  
  • Tro9 News:  In parking debate, Denver council calls for strategy to get people out of cars  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Fully autonomous vehicles safer, but could congest cities  —  
  • KerryBikes:  Connecting housing and transportation  —  
  • TriTag.ca:  Will people ever share rides in small and mid-size cities?  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Will people ever share rides in smaller cities?  —  
  • BART LinkedIn:  Transit marketers, I was told at SXSW we’re doing it all wrong  —  
  • Alliance Transportation:  How often is that bike lane blocked? A crowdsourced tool takes a look.  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  How Often is That Bike Lane Blocked? A Crowdsourced Tool Takes a Look  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Untangling the jumbled path towards the ultimate connected city  —  
  • Bike Store:  Parking in bike lanes  —  
  • Active Transportation News (Ontario):  Walkshed tool  —  
  • Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  Why Are Fed Performance Measures So Important?  —  
  • Missouri S&T:  Schramm interviewed by Newsweek, republished in Mobility Lab  —  
  • Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  How To Join D.C.’s Teleworkers?  —  
  • Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  How To Move Toward The Ultimate Connected City  —  
  • The Mobility Hub:  Untangling the Jumbled Path Towards the Ultimate Connected City  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  University of Maryland Project Looks to Crowdsource an Accessibility Map of DC’s Sidewalks  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  Untangling the jumbled path towards the ultimate connected city  —  
  • CUTRLines:  Five ways employers are thinking big on commuter benefits  —  
  • Move Forward:  Disrupting Transit Procurement for Better Cities  —  
  • Curbed DC:  Make D.C.’s sidewalks more accessible with this crowd-sourced map  —  
  • Data-Smart City Solutions:  Cities’ efforts to update procurement processes  —  
  • The Mobility Hub:  Building A Transit Army: How MARTA Army Is Working to Improve Atlanta’s Bus Stops  —  
  • CityLab Latino:  Reimagining bike trail maps like metro maps  —  
  • Smart Growth America:  5 things we learned at South Florida’s Safe Streets Summit  —  
  • Technical.ly:  Let these new #dctech jobs chase away your midweek blues  —  
  • CUTRLines:  Building a transit army: How MARTA Army is working improve Atlanta’s bus stops  —  
  • The Mobility Hub:  Ford’s Super Bowl Ad Captures Where Mobility is Headed  —  
  • Technical.ly DC:  Let these new #dctech jobs chase away your midweek blues  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  How transit-oriented developments are transforming U.S. cities  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Communities can benefit from autonomous vehicles with “fast action planning”  —  
  • The Direct Transfer (no link):  Ford’s Super Bowl ad captures future of mobility  —  
  • Sunlight Foundation:  You don’t have to be tech-savvy to benefit from open data  —  
  • True Viral News:  Why Bike Maps Should Look Like Subway Maps  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Overcoming obstacles in mobility on-demand public-private agreements  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Transit needs to take efficiency steps to compete with driving  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Which employers are leading on commuter benefits?  —  
  • CityLab:  What If Bike Paths Looked Like Subway Maps?  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Overcoming obstacles in mobility on-demand public-private agreements  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily (no link):  SF’s Effort To Reduce Car Trips From New Development Advances  —  
  • ABC TV (WVEC California):  Virginia lawmakers consider delivery robots  —  
  • True Viral News:  City of the future is closer, calmer than you think  —  
  • The Direct Transfer (no link):  Obstacles in on-demand public-private agreements  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  The future of autonomous vehicles is shared  —  
  • Associated Press:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Canada.com:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • WTOP:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Philly.com:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • CNBC:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Seattle Post Intelligencer:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Washington Times:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Japan Times:  ‘Coolers on wheels’ rolling bots may soon make test deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Tampa Bay Times:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Loudon (Va.) Times-Mirror:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Seattle Times:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Bangkok Post:  Delivery robots are coming to Virginia  —  
  • San Francisco Gate:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Phys.org:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Fresno Bee:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • ABC News:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • Yahoo! News:  Rolling robots could soon be making deliveries in Virginia  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Mass transit gets boost from ridesharing  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Hey neighbor, slow down – Why speed matters  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Transportation agencies will finally measure the movement of people, not just cars  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  NACTO releases city data sharing principles  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  The 9 transit trends that will move us in 2017  —  
  • GreenBiz:  Menlo Park sparks interest in zero-carbon cities  —  
  • The Atlantic CityLab:  This Month in Urbanism: TransportationCamp  —  
  • The Silicon Review:  Mobility Lab Named One of the 10 Fastest Growing “Bring Your Own Device” Solution Providers 2016   —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Our 10 most-read posts of 2016 — Mobility Lab  —  
  • The Silicon Review Magazine:  Mobility Lab Named One of the 10 Fastest Growing “Bring Your Own Device” Solution Providers 2016  —  
  • Realty Biz News:  Mobility Lab Outlines Ways to Provide Tenants with Better Transportation Options  —  
  • Commercial Appraiser:  Mobility Lab Outlines Ways to Provide Tenants with Better Transportation Options  —  
  • Passport:  Passport Recognized for Major Award, Sees Huge Industry Growth  —  
  • Washington Post:  How developers are turning to Metro’s newest software tool to enhance their apps  —  
  • Streetsblog Southeast:  Virginia’s Capital Trail Boosts Investment Along Bike Route  —  
  • East Coast Greenway Alliance:  A look at how Virginia’s Capital Trail is serving as an economic and cultural catalyst  —  
  • Planetizen:  One Year After Opening, Virginia Capital Trail a Bike Infrastructure Success Story  —  
  • USA Today:  Ride-hailing has a friend in Chao, but does self-driving?  —  
  • Top News:  Ride-hailing has a friend in Chao, but does self-driving?  —  
  • CQ Researcher:  Can public transportation adapt to the future?  —  
  • The Silicon Review:  Nurturing innovations for better transportation options: Mobility Lab LLC  —  
  • Com Gear:  Why Buy a Car When You’ve Got Mobile Apps?  —  
  • The Future Drive Daily:  Beyond Bike to Work Day: How to Encourage the Car-Free Commuting Habit  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily :  The Case for Long Term TDM Programs  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Beyond Bike to Work Day: How to Encourage the Car-Free Commuting Habit  —  
  • RapidShift.net:  Community-based social marketing attempts to uncover barriers to action and behavior change, produce “social norming”  —  
  • Multifamily Executive:  Digital Transit Display Could Become a Top Amenity for Urban Properties  —  
  • Technical.ly DC:  How Project Sidewalk is making DC more accessible  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Portland’s Bike Share Secret: Understanding Behavior Change  —  
  • Gil Friend's Daily View:  Annual bikeshare conference brings focus to equity, integration, and growth  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Cities need common sense before they get smart  —  
  • The Record:  Buying a new car? It may be your last  —  
  • Hamilton Community News:  Buying a new car? It may be your last  —  
  • Kitchener Post:  Buying a new car? It may be your last  —  
  • Waterloo Chronicle:  Buying a new car? It may be your last  —  
  • New Hamburg Independent:  Buying a new car? It may be your last  —  
  • The Hamilton Spectator:  Buying a new car? It may be your last  —  
  • Guelph Mercury Tribune:  Buying a new car? It may be your last  —  
  • Gas & Electricity:  Can Uber and Lyft save carpooling?  —  
  • WeWork Creator:  TransitScreen: ‘Saving People Time and Making Cities More Livable’  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Uber’s Discrimination Bad News for Public Transit  —  
  • APA Virginia Daily:  Five Smart City Challenge ideas that cities should make happen  —  
  • InsideNOVA:  Northern Virginia transportation notes  —  
  • All Latest News:  Urban Futurist Jack Uldrich to Discuss the Future of Cities in California  —  
  • InsideNOVA:  Arlington transportation efforts win national honors  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Growth of Mobile Ticketing Adds Flexibility to Transit Solutions  —  
  • Streetsblog Southeast:  Arlington Map Highlights the Safest Streets for Bikes  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  How does actual sharing fit into the sharing economy?  —  
  • The Silicon Review:  Mobility Lab Named One of the 10 Fastest Growing “Bring Your Own Device” Solution Providers 2016   —  
  • Passport, Inc.:  Growth of Mobile Ticketing Adds Flexibility to Transit Solutions  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  How the media, transit agencies, and planners should be talking about BRT  —  
  • Defensive Driving:  The Future of Driverless Cars  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Arlington, Virginia, is beginning the process of reforming its residential parking policies  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Arlington Refining Parking Policy for Multi-Family Residences  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Where does sharing fit into the so-called “sharing” economy?  —  
  • Arlington County Newsroom:  Arlington Receives Top Honor for Mobility Management  —  
  • Minneapolis Star Tribune:  What is BRT, exactly? Reliable, for one thing  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Open-Source Cities: Tapping the Software Commons for Future Transit Innovation  —  
  • Slow Streets:  Dense, Mixed-Use Neighbourhoods Provide The Best Local Transportation Demand Management  —  
  • Before Its News:  Fork our unconference: Open sourcing TransparencyCamp  —  
  • Des Moines Business Reader:  Planner: Forget the shiny buses and fancy names; BRT is about reliability  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  The way to market BRT is to emphasize service reliability, not gimmicky features  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  Pittsburgh emerging as a transportation leader, still has work ahead  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  How to bid BRT  —  
  • Gil Friend's Daily View:  Benefits of reliable transit: How transit agencies and planners should be talking about BRT  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Pittsburgh and the Challenge of Changing a City’s Car Culture  —  
  • PSFK:  Jukebox Helps Travelers Find The Best Way To Get To Their Destination  —  
  • PSFK:  Jukebox Helps Travelers Find The Best Way To Get To Their Destination  —  
  • The Publisher:  Starting the tough smart-city conversations  —  
  • TriTAG:  WMATA finds biking and walking improvements near Metro stations pay off  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Starting the tough smart-city conversations  —  
  • Smart Cities Council:  Starting the tough smart city conversations  —  
  • Eddie Jones for Paducah City Commission:  Bikeable Walkable–What’s in it for Me?  —  
  • Car Free in Carrboro:  Carfree in the backcountry … not so much   —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  An overview of how colleges are saving money by getting students out of their cars  —  
  • Ray Atkinson Plans:  Reflecting on starting my first full-time, permanent job and my job search process  —  
  • Streetsblog Southeast:  Bike-Ped Improvements Around Metro Stations More Than Pay for Themselves  —  
  • Northern Virginia Transportation Commission:  What biking across the country taught me about America’s transportation challenges   —  
  • Streetsblog California:  What biking across the country taught me about U.S. transportation challenges  —  
  • ReportLinker:  Automated Vehicles Are Around the Corner  —  
  • ReportLinker:  Self-Driving Vehicles: Are Americans Ready to Give Up the Driver’s Seat?  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  After 60 Years, Chances to Overcome Interstate’s Legacy  —  
  • Toppers Consulting Ltd.:  Self-drive vehicles, a world of change  —  
  • World Mobility Leadership Forum:  Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Cuts Solo Driving with Employee Programs  —  
  • Streetsblog Ohio:  Park(ing) Day Meant to Show How We Can Better Use Streets  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Park(ing) Day: The Annual Glimpse into Livelier Streets  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Park(ing) Day around the country  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  The phenomenon of “trail towns”   —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Washington Area Bicyclists Association Designing a Regional Bike Lane Map to Inform a More Equitable Network  —  
  • Technical.ly DC:  TransitScreen wants to help you get home after a boozy night out  —  
  • TransportBlog New Zealand:  Drive less, earn a bike: Employers thinking big with TDM programs  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  How To Get Inventive Transport Projects Right  —  
  • Technical.ly DC:  Transportation Techies’ next Bike Hack Night will be held in the great outdoors  —  
  • Texarcana Gazette:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • Bend (Ore.) Bulletin:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • Watertown (N.Y.) Daily Times:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • Potsdam (N.Y.) Daily Courier Observer:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • Ogdensburg (N.Y.) Journal:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • Oregon Register-Guard:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • Sacramento Bee:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • Bellingham (Wash.) Herald:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  What Key Marketing Lessons Transit Agencies Can Learn from Other Industries  —  
  • Bicycle Boulevards:  What Portland’s Biketown Has That Bay Area Bikeshare Doesn’t  —  
  • Raleigh Agenda:  At Innovate Raleigh, Business and Transportation Leaders Conspire for a Better City  —  
  • PBS Newshour:  Can Uber and Lyft save carpooling?  —  
  • NPR/PBS Nebraska:  Can Uber and Lyft save carpooling?  —  
  • Pew Charitable Trusts Stateline:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • Public Now:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Finding Traffic, Car Ownership Solutions Through Sharing  —  
  • Thinking Highways:  What happens when a group of transit wonks ‘Play with Traffic’?  —  
  • The Source:  Can fare-less transit really work?  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  What happens when a group of transit wonks ‘Play with Traffic’?  —  
  • Raleigh Agenda:  Innovate Raleigh Wants To Fix Public Transit in the City  —  
  • GovTech FutureStructure:  Can Uber and Lyft Save Carpooling?  —  
  • Eno Transportation Weekly:  Capital Convergence: Innovation in Washington  —  
  • Mass Transit:  What happens when a group of transit wonks ‘Play with Traffic’?  —  
  • ARLnow:  Transport Nerds ‘Playing With Traffic’  —  
  • Washington Post:  What happens when a group of transit wonks ‘Play with Traffic’?  —  
  • NewsInn:  What happens when a group of transit wonks ‘Play with Traffic’?  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  National parks need to make it easier to visit them without a car  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Last chance to comment: Proposed USDOT rules would likely harm communities  —  
  • WRAL TechWire:  Calendar highlight: Innovate Raleigh ‘greater good’ summit  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Portland’s TriMet transit agency helped pioneer private innovation in transit apps  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Portland, Oregon’s Open Data Leadership Pays Off with Better Transit Information  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Improving Safe Routes to School Through Champions for Open Data  —  
  • Best B&B:  Do Your Research When Looking for a Bus Charter Company  —  
  • U.S. Army:  Help with public transportation options on the horizon for JBM-HH commuters  —  
  • Pentagram:  Minimizing unfavorable commutes, transportation options on the horizon  —  
  • Streetsblog Southeast:  BikeArlington Leads Planners and Engineers on Bike Tour  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Arlington County transportation engineers treated to a tour of local bike infrastructure  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  The best thing you can do for the environment: Drive less  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Even in Silicon Valley, People Need to Be Educated About Transportation Options  —  
  • Shared-Use Mobility Center:  Can Bikesharing Serve Disabled Riders?  —  
  • FoundIt Elsewhere:  Uber Plans An Autonomous Car Fleet With A Half-Billion Dollar Investment  —  
  • WTOP Washington D.C.:  New gate at Arlington base to serve only pedestrians, bicyclists  —  
  • Pentagram:  Henry Gate to reopen to authorized bicyclists, pedestrians Aug. 1  —  
  • Safe Routes to School National Partnership:  Webinar: Harnessing the Power of Data to Support Kids Walking and Biking  —  
  • Lexology:  Autonomous Vehicles 2016– Revolutionizing Our World   —  
  • TechieTonics:  Uber too is planning for self-driving cars by 2030  —  
  • Mighty:  The World of Tomorrow: How Self-Driving Cars will Disrupt the Personal Injury Economy  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Arlington’s Fort Myer will soon be much more bike and pedestrian friendly  —  
  • Newsworks WHYY Philadelphia:  How to deal with transit delays — and make people rethink their commutes  —  
  • Keystone Crossroads:  How to deal with transit delays — and make people rethink their commutes  —  
  • Digital Marketing Daily:  Analysis of military base travel choices leads to improved pedestrian connections, more transportation options  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Military needs transit too  —  
  • Data-Smart City Solutions:  Better and more accessible data could help increase the number of kids walking and biking outside  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  How American military bases are improving for walking and biking  —  
  • StreetsblogUSA's Talking Headways Podcast:  A New Path for Urban Mobility  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Mobility Lab’s Paul Mackie on Talking Headways podcast  —  
  • Active Transport for Cities:  10 tools to tackle most any city’s downtown traffic and parking problems  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Can you guess these Metro station names from their emoji?  —  
  • Thinking Highways:  Bikeshare GPS insights highlight stark differences across types of trips  —  
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems Ireland:  Bikeshare GPS insights highlight stark differences across types of trips  —  
  • APA Virginia Daily:  Columbus could set tone for the transportation system of the “smart city”  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Bikeshare GPS Insights Highlight Stark Differences Across Types of Trips  —  
  • Gray Street Solutions:  Metro Hack Night V  —  
  • Streets.mn:  Columbus’s win is the “Quote of the Day”  —  
  • NPR's WAMU 88.5 FM:  Measuring how riders are responding to SafeTrack  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Highway congestion needs to be priced  —  
  • Austin Mobility:  Bikeshare GPS insights highlight stark differences across types of trips  —  
  • City Observatory:  The week’s must-reads: Columbus wins the Smart City Challenge  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Quote of the day: Paul Mackie on Columbus winning the Smart City Challenge  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Capital Bikeshare members ride here, bike lanes or not  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Columbus Could Be Nation’s Model for Smart Transportation   —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Where and how Capital Bikeshare riders use bike lanes  —  
  • Pentagram:  Joint base, Arlington Co. sign agreement to enhance services, save money  —  
  • Technical.ly DC:  Check out these cool Capital Bikeshare visualizations  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Where the bikes go  —  
  • DCist:  Visualizing bikeshare routes  —  
  • GreenBiz:  Could autonomous vehicles ease congestion?  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Columbus Could Set Tone for the Transportation System of the ‘Smart City’  —  
  • EPicks Media:  Where the bikes go  —  
  • CityBizList:  Check out these cool Capital Bikeshare visualizations  —  
  • Fender Bender:  How Autonomous Vehicles Could Ease Congestion  —  
  • Mobi:  Transportation Techies presents Metro Hack Night V in Washington, D.C. on June 28  —  
  • Data-Smart City Solutions:  This week in data: Self-driving cars and traffic  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Bicycle Safety Button Gains Attention of City Leaders  —  
  • Find Philadelphia Tours:  What a Charter Bus Company Wants You to Know About Traveling Long Distances on a Charter Bus  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Transit Industry Could Look to Unlikely Source for Marketing Inspiration: Automakers  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Tracking DC Metro SafeTrack: What Data to Count During the Single-Tracking  —  
  • Can Mua:  Sex in self-driving cars  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  What makes bicycling so great in Davis, California?  —  
  • Origination Desk:  College Park’s mBike Bikeshare Program Includes Accessible Bikes  —  
  • Enjeux énergies et environnement:  College Park’s mBike Bikeshare Program Includes Accessible Bikes  —  
  • CleanTechnica:  College Park’s mBike Bikeshare Program Includes Accessible Bikes  —  
  • Bikocity:  mBike Brings Accessible Bikesharing To College Park, MD  —  
  • Can Mua:  Austin hunted for solutions in run up to ride-hailing vote  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  USA Today asks me about how Uber and Lyft leaving Austin could play out  —  
  • Fedotov:  Driverless car forecasts  —  
  • Enjeux énergies et environnement:  Solo Driving Decreased At Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation  —  
  • Renewable Electron:  Solo Driving Decreased At Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation  —  
  • GIRO Institutional Investors:  Solo Driving Decreased At Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation  —  
  • CleanTechnica:  Solo Driving Decreased 42% At Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation  —  
  • Virginia Transit Association:  Technology, TDM, and the Integrated Customer Experience  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Transportation Planners Need to Use Tech to Catch Up to Public Demand  —  
  • The Cherokee Daily:  Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation cuts solo driving with employee programs  —  
  • League of American Bicyclists:  College Park’s mBike brings accessible bikeshare to the region   —  
  • League of American Bicyclists:  College Park’s mBike brings accessible bikeshare to the region   —  
  • Washington Post:  Transportation Looking for an alternative to SafeTrack? Try the ‘original ridesharing’ system: Slugging.  —  
  • Des Moines Register:  Austin hunted for solutions in run up to ride-hailing vote  —  
  • USA Today:  Austin hunted for solutions in run up to ride-hailing vote  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Planners Need Technology to Meet Public Transit Demand  —  
  • Burlington Free Press:  Austin hunted for solutions in run up to ride-hailing vote  —  
  • InfrastructureUSA:  Guest on The Infra Blog: Howard Jennings, Managing Director, Mobility Lab  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation dramatically reduced solo car commuting by its employees  —  
  • PlanIt Metro:  Metrobus Ridership During the Rail Safety Shutdown  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  After first test, the Hyperloop still has to convince public it’s a worthy option  —  
  • Washington Post:  With looming Metro disruptions, transportation companies ready their pitches to commuters  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  New Bikeshare Data Standard Opens Doors for Apps and Analysis  —  
  • The Travel Virginia Daily:  With looming Metro disruptions, transportation companies ready their pitches to commuters  —  
  • Free Car Magazines:  Charter Bus Travel Is a Perfect Option for Groups of Many Sizes  —  
  • 7 articles in various Chinese outlets:  Experts say sex in self-driving cars is inevitable  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  How the D.C. area could use transportation demand management to mitigate the impact of Metro closures  —  
  • Urban Land Institute Washington Newsletter:  Slugging has its own app  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Using Stress Maps to Identify Gaps in the Bike Network  —  
  • Nan McKay and Associates:  Affordable housing and transit should go hand-in-hand  —  
  • Streetsblog Chicago:  Bikeshare is transit  —  
  • The Daily Dot:  Experts say sex in self-driving cars is inevitable  —  
  • Yahoo News France:  More autonomous cars, that means more sex drive  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Bikeshare is transit  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Bike-share standardizes its data  —  
  • Slate France:  More autonomous cars, that means more sex drive  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  Would you have sex in a driverless car?  —  
  • Infrastructure USA:  A New Era of Transportation Options  —  
  • Biking About Architecture:  Affordable Housing Vs. Affordable Parking  —  
  • Thinking Highways:  Changing Urban Transportation with Real-Time Screens  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  A new video explaining the concept of transportation demand management  —  
  • Planetizen:  3 Examples of Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Policies  —  
  • Detergent Brands:  Ridesharing could ease traffic congestion and pollution, using tech we already have  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Affordable Housing and Transit Should Go Hand-in-Hand  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Affordable housing and transit need to be thought about in tandem  —  
  • Streetsblog L.A.:  Affordable Housing and Transit Should Go Together  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Connecting affordable housing and transit  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  Why Transit and Affordable Housing Should Go Hand in Hand  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  D.C. Slugging Now Has An App  —  
  • Castanet:  Nowhere to park  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Sluglining, DC’s Original Ridesharing System, Has Its Own App  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  [Video] What is TDM? Shaping a new era of transportation options  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Public, visible transit info makes taking transit easier  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  How Visible Transit Info Saves Time and Money  —  
  • Virgin:  Washington’s hottest start-ups: TransitScreen  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  Video can be a great way to better define an unknown industry  —  
  • TransitScreen:  Changing Urban Transportation with Real-Time Screens  —  
  • Fleet Owner Magazine:  Will self-driving vehicles struggle for acceptance?  —  
  • Washington Post:  WMATA Riders Union head says she wants to step down  —  
  • Streetsblog Ohio:  America’s Highway Congestion Is Its Version of Soviet Bread Lines  —  
  • Maps Mania:  The Washington Cyclist Explosion  —  
  • :  Transportation redefined: Cities must work with shared mobility options.  —  
  • Clarendon-Courthouse Rosslyn Patch:  Pedestrian-Bicycle Footbridge Needed at Traffic-Gridlocked Key Bridge  —  
  • Free Republic:  Robots may beat drones in race to deliver packages  —  
  • The Rapidian (Grand Rapids, Mich.):  The Rapid’s new ad series tells riders’ stories, benefits to community  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  The Metro shutdown changed how people use Capital Bikeshare. Here’s how.  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  When It Comes to Traffic Safety, Fun Beats Fear  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  Storytelling has a direct result on building transit that could compete with cars  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  The Metro shutdown changed how people use Capital Bikeshare. Here’s how.  —  
  • Streetsblog Ohio:  It’s Time to Rethink the Way We Design Our Sidewalks  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Most Read: Bikeshare During the Metro Shutdown  —  
  • KGAB-AM 650 Mornings with Gary Freeman:  The future of driverless cars, in Wyoming and beyond  —  
  • The World Breaking News:  Not a single person has died using bike share in the US. This study explores why.  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Florida preparing for self-driving vehicles  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  How DC dwellers used Capital Bikeshare to cope during the Metro shutdown  —  
  • Planetizen:  How Bikeshare Replaced Trains on the Day Metrorail Shut Down  —  
  • Florida Politics:  Open Roads: Florida Preparing for Driverless Vehicles  —  
  • SaintPetersBlog:  Open roads: Florida preparing for self-driving vehicles  —  
  • Planetizen:  Trends from the APA 2016 Conference  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Joshua Schank — What is congestion pricing?   —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Highway Congestion is America’s Bread Line  —  
  • Streetsblog Network:  Comparing America’s crowded highways with Soviet breadlines  —  
  • L.A. Metro's The Source:  Highway congestion, America’s Soviet bread line problem, needs a price  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  Congestion Pricing Can Help Solve “America’s Bread Line”  —  
  • World News Network:  Robots may beat drones in race to deliver packages  —  
  • San Francisco Chronicle:  Robots may beat drones in race to deliver packages  —  
  • Transport Topics:  Robots may beat drones in race to deliver packages  —  
  • Press Reader:  Drones may take a backseat to robots  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  R2D2-like robots are starting to deliver your mail  —  
  • Fleet Owner:  Connecting vehicles to … well, everything  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Innovating the Sidewalk  —  
  • Infrastructure USA:  Filling up Seats in Cars: The Future of Driving  —  
  • Pantonium:  How to Beat the Sharing Economy  —  
  • Livable Brooklyn Bridge:  Surprise: Bike Share Is Super Safe  —  
  • Today USA:  A new study looks at why bike share is so much safer than regular biking  —  
  • Vox:  A New Study Looks At Why Bike Share is So Much Safer Than Regular Biking  —  
  • USSA News:  Not a single person has died using bike share in the US. This study explores why.  —  
  • HiHiHi.Lol:  A new study looks at why bike share is so much safer than regular biking  —  
  • Velo Mondial:  Bikeshare safer than riding personal bikes  —  
  • Housing Advocacy Team:  Transportation, The Hidden Cost  —  
  • Treehugger:  Ridesharing Could Ease Traffic Congestion and Pollution, Using Tech We Already Have  —  
  • Inc.:  This Vision of How You’ll Drive in the Future is Not What You Imagine  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Filling our congested roadways  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily Newsletter:  Most Read: Filling Up Seats, The Future of Driving  —  
  • The Cherokee Daily:  Filling up seats in cars: The future of driving  —  
  • GoKid:  Moving People, Not Cars  —  
  • Guide Travel News:  Watch: most seats in most cars are left empty. That’s about to change.   —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Today’s Headlines — The future of driving: filling up empty seats  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily Newsletter:  Filling Up Seats, The Future of Driving  —  
  • Streetsblog:  The Meaning of Rob Ford  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Filling up seats in cars: The future of driving  —  
  • World News Network:  Most seats in most cars are left empty. That’s about to change.   —  
  • Junk Host:  Watch: most seats in most cars are left empty. That’s about to change.   —  
  • Vox:  Watch: most seats in most cars are left empty. That’s about to change.  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  New Video — Filling Up Seats in Cars: The Future of Driving  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Proximity is Key  —  
  • CUTRLines:  Filling up seats in cars: The future of driving  —  
  • BikeArlington:  Census Bureau Data: Bicycle Commuting Among Arlington County Residents  —  
  • Arlington Patch:  Where Do People Bike the Most in Arlington? You Might Be Surprised  —  
  • Governing:  The Unsettled World of the Automobile  —  
  • ARLnow:  Where Do Bike Commuters Live in Arlington?  —  
  • Digital Marketing Daily:  Transportation Techies: Piecing together data to improve D.C. biking  —  
  • ARLnow:  Morning Notes: Metro Shutdown and Bus Stigma  —  
  • Profit Confidential:  The Simple Reason to Be Bullish On NVIDIA Corporation  —  
  • The Future Drive Daily:  In the current transportation landscape, do you still need to own a car?  —  
  • All About Finance and Technology:  Autonomous Car Forecasts  —  
  • The Future By Design:  Navigating the Utopian City  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Transportation Techies: Piecing Together Data to Improve Biking in DC  —  
  • DCist:  After Just Six Months, The WMATA Riders’ Union Is Ready To Reboot  —  
  • :  Transit Dashboard at Metro Hack Night  —  
  • Teknoids:  Transit Data Gets More Intriguing As the Way It’s Presented Improves  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  How to be an influencer with your stories  —  
  • Streetlight Data:  Reactions to and Insights from our TRB Workshop – Bringing Extraordinary Data to Your Everyday Decisions  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunchbox:  Federal agencies highlight the intersection of housing and transportation  —  
  • Andrew Carpenter:  New trip-tracking app seeks to help planners and advocates  —  
  • The Connection Newspapers:  Arlington Resident Revels in “Car-lessness”  —  
  • StreetsBlog California:  Mental Health Suffers When We Surrender to Car Culture  —  
  • PlanItMetro:  WMATA’s Planners’ Principles for Creating a Customer Focus  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  WMATA Hosts Metro Hack Night, Announces More Real-Time Data  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Mental Health Suffers When We Surrender to Car Culture  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Three Ways to Use Empty Parking Spaces to Create Transportation Options  —  
  • The Daily Dispatch:  Mental Health Suffers When We Surrender to Car Culture  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Where Are the Super Bowl-esque Ads About Public Transportation?  —  
  • Streetsblog Ohio:  U.S. DOT “Overwhelmed” By Number of Smart City Challenge Applications  —  
  • Washington Post:  Metro Opens Doors to App Developers  —  
  • Mobi Platform:  Bike Hack Night V is Taking Place March 8, 2016 in Washington, D.C.  —  
  • Journal of Urban Design and Mental Health, Issue 1:  Mental Health Suffers When We Surrender to Car Culture  —  
  • TedEytan.com:  Metro Hack Night with Transportation Techies: Controlling Your City’s Destiny Through Data  —  
  • Columbus Rides Bikes:  Veronica O. Davis — Do You Still Need to Own a Car?  —  
  • RapidShift.net:  Transport Solutions for Efficiency, Decarbonization, and Co-benefits for the Public  —  
  • Austin Mobility News:  Austin Transportation Department Planner Featured in TransportationCamp Video  —  
  • Washington Post:  How Developers are Trying to Keep Metro Honest Using Its Own Data  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Where Are the Super Bowl-esque Ads About Public Transportation?  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  U.S. DOT “Overwhelmed” by Applications to its Smart City Challenge  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  Where Are the Super Bowl-esque Ads About Public Transportation?  —  
  • :  In the Current Transportation Landscape, Do You Still Need to Own a Car?  —  
  • Local Motion:  Want to Start Carpooling? Pick Up Your Phone and Get Going  —  
  • Infrastructure USA:  Washington, DC: Do You Still Need to Own a Car?  —  
  • Green SI: Smart Cities:  U.S. DOT “Overwhelmed” by Applications to its Smart City Challenge  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Communicating Transportation Options  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  USDOT Overwhelmed by Smart City Applications  —  
  • Renewable Electron:  Transportation Planning Needed For Building Cities Of The Future  —  
  • EcoTopical:  Tech is Good, But We Need Transportation Planning for the City of the Future  —  
  • Renewable Electron:  Tech is Good, But We Need Transportation Planning for the City of the Future  —  
  • Enjeux Energies et Environnement:  Tech is Good, But We Need Transportation Planning for the City of the Future  —  
  • EcoLocalizer:  Tech is Good, But We Need Transportation Planning for the City of the Future  —  
  • Environment Guru:  Transportation Planning Needed For Building Cities Of The Future  —  
  • Disrupting Mobility Summit:  VIDEO: Governing for Disruption (all summit videos)  —  
  • CleanTechnica:  Tech is Good, But We Need Transportation Planning for the City of the Future  —  
  • APTA's Passenger Transport:  Connecting the Sectors: Weaving a New Transit Network, Part 1  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Do You Need to Own a Car in Current Landscape?  —  
  • TransportationCamp:  Voices From 2016: Video  —  
  • Latest News Access:  Allure of Connectivity Boosts Public Transit  —  
  • TOD Institute:  Mobility Lab Former Director Speaks at Transit Oriented Development Institute  —  
  • The Future Drive Daily:  Debunking Common Myths about Bikeshare in the Suburbs  —  
  • Systematica:  Three Ways of Transforming Overbuilt Parking in Transport Options  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Overbuilt Parking to Transportation Options  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Three Ways to Transform Overbuilt Parking into Transportation Options  —  
  • Greater Places:  Uber’s New Wave of Urban Design: Are Cities Ready?   —  
  • transporteavanzado.com:  Uber and Lyft: Positioning in the Market for Fleet Management of Autonomous Vehicles  —  
  • Digital Marketing Daily:  Want to Start Carpooling? Pick Up Your Phone and Get Going  —  
  • Automotive Training Center:  How Close Are We to Driverless Cars?  —  
  • The Urban Strategist:  Development Politics Does Divide Metropolitan Areas, Not Rail Transit. But For How Much Longer?  —  
  • UML Center News:  Latest Invest User Stories News: Why Buy a Car When You’ve Got Mobile Apps?  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Telling Better Bike Stories with Contextual Data  —  
  • San Jose Mercury News Silicon Beat:  Google and Ford to Team Up on Driverless Cars? Plus the Future of Autonomous Vehicles  —  
  • The Future Drive Daily:  How to “Get Sh*t Done” In the Face of Transportation Bureaucracy  —  
  • Hong Kong Silicon:  Uber Car Will Replace the Unmanned Vehicle  —  
  • Tuxi China:  Forecast: 10 Years is a Driverless Car World  —  
  • Kaipeng:  Uber Car Will Replace the Unmanned Vehicle  —  
  • Republikein:  Motors Ry Reeds Klein Entjies Alleen  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Five Ways TDM is Invisible, and Why it Should Change  —  
  • The Daily Caller:  D.C. Metro Could Soon Be Free For All Federal Employees  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Transportation Demand Management: What It Is, What It Does, and Why We Should Know More About It  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  Five Ways TDM Is Invisible Five Ways TDM Is Invisible (and Why That Should Change)  —  
  • Technical.lyDC:  Here’s What Happened at Bike Hack Night IV  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Carsharing Can Open Parking Spaces to Happier, Healthier Lives for All  —  
  • Richmond Daily News:  New App Simplifies Carpooling  —  
  • World Now:  New App Simplifies Carpooling  —  
  • CBS Cleveland 19:  New App Simplifies Carpooling  —  
  • WTOP:  Letter to the Editor: Time to Return to the Original Arlington Way  —  
  • ARLnow:  Letter to the Editor: Time to Return to the Original Arlington Way  —  
  • WWBT-TV NBC 12 Richmond:  New App Simplifies Carpooling  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  In Arlington, Virginia, Lessons for Simple Bike Wayfinding  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Can Ride Sourcing Companies Contribute to the Vision Zero Movement?  —  
  • Tinn News:  The $50 Million Competition to Remake the American City  —  
  • Shared-Use Mobility Center Newsletter:  5 Big Lessons to Help Small Cities Expand Shared Mobility  —  
  • Young Professionals in Transportation:  TransportationCamp DC 2016  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Taking Fewer Car Trips is the Best Thing You Can Do for the Environment  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  USDOT and Vulcan Announce $50 Million Reward to the City of the Future  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Today’s Headlines: The Best Thing You Can Do for the Environment: Take Fewer Car Trips  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Less Car Trips Best for the Environment  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  Taking Fewer Car Trips is the Best Thing You Can Do for the Environment  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Transportation Techies: Safer Streets with Better Data  —  
  • Triple Pundit:  Taking Fewer Car Trips is the Best Thing You Can Do for the Environment  —  
  • WIRED:  The $50 Million Competition to Remake the American City  —  
  • Shareable:  Interviewed: TransitScreen Co-founder Ryan Croft on Multimodality at a Glance  —  
  • Pertinent to . . . "End of Driving":  Carsharing Can Open Parking Spaces to Happier, Healthier Lives for All  —  
  • Innovation & Mobility:  Reducing the Car in the City to Save Space  —  
  • Business Media Guide:  If Uber Kills Cabs, Cities Must Ensure Accessible Vehicles Live  —  
  • Cesar Vela:  If Uber Kills Cabs, Cities Must Ensure Accessible Vehicles Live  —  
  • Alto Sky:  If Uber Kills Cabs, Cities Must Ensure Accessible Vehicles Live  —  
  • Look News:  If Uber Kills Cabs, Cities Must Ensure Accessible Vehicles Live  —  
  • TheCityFix:  We Are Transport! We Have Solutions!  —  
  • Huffington Post:  If Uber Kills Cabs, Cities Must Ensure Accessible Vehicles Live  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  Nation’s Transpo Problems Need Unconventional Funding Fixes  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Unexpected Funding Needed for Transportation Ills  —  
  • The Independent:  Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber Are Terrible For Disabled People  —  
  • Streetsblog Ohio:  Transportation Funding Is Failing Us in Almost Every Way  —  
  • Innovation and Mobility:  Do You Watch the Cars Pass?  —  
  • Fast Company:  Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber Are Terrible For Disabled People  —  
  • SalvoLomas:  City of the Future is Closer, Calmer Than You Think  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Roanoke Crash Case Highlights How Difficult It Is for Us All to Share Space  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  How Transportation Funding Fails to Work the Way Anyone Intended  —  
  • The Bike Sharing News:  City of the Future is Closer, Calmer Than You Think  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  City of the Future is Closer, Calmer Than You Think  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  From Rebalancing to Dock-Blocking: Techies Hack to Make Capital Bikeshare Even More User-Friendly  —  
  • 1302 Super:  How Charter Bus Services Are Protecting the Environment  —  
  • Carpooling.net:  New App Simplifies Carpooling  —  
  • USA Today:  City of the Future is Closer, Calmer Than You Think  —  
  • Capital CarShare:  Mobility Mashup: November Edition: Five Big Lessons To Help Small Cities Expand Shared Mobility  —  
  • Capital CarShare:  Mobility Mashup: November Edition: Carsharing Growing Around the World  —  
  • Capital CarShare:  Mobility Mashup: November Edition: “Bus Bunching” Being Solved in D.C. Thanks to Low-Cost Technology  —  
  • The Future Drive Daily:  To Fill Empty Offices, Arlington Must Focus on Transportation Options  —  
  • Technical.lyDC:  Have You Ever Really Thought About Traffic? Join Transport Techies on Nov. 23  —  
  • WBRC FOX6 News in Birmingham, Alabama:  New App Simplifies Carpooling  —  
  • Jill Stone:  Getting From A to Z  —  
  • American City & County:  Autonomous Vehicles: Cities Must Prepare for New Mobility  —  
  • Community Transportation Magazine (PDF):  15 Innovators for 2015: Dennis Leach in Arlington County, Virginia (pages 29-32)  —  
  • The Transit Wire:  Transpo Techies Nerd Out in DC  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Government Transit Data Gets Techies’ Gears Spinning for New Apps  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Government Transit Data Contributes to New Apps  —  
  • Ooyuz:  Government Transit Data Gets Techies’ Gears Spinning for New Apps  —  
  • Maryland News Hub:  Government Transit Data Gets Techies’ Gears Spinning for New Apps  —  
  • Washington Post:  Government Transit Data Gets Techies’ Gears Spinning for New Apps  —  
  • Corporate Innovention:  Who Asked For a DRIVER-LESS Car Anyway?  —  
  • Streetsblog:  “Transportation Camps” Inspire Fresh Thinking  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Transportation Camps Infuse New Thinking into Industry  —  
  • WAMU 88.5 FM NPR in D.C.:  Riders Of The Region, Unite! Can A New Union Improve Metro?  —  
  • Active Transport for Cities:  How To “Get Sh*t Done” In the Face of Transportation Bureaucracy  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  5 Tech Tools Governments Can Use to Alleviate Traffic Troubles  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  To Take Back Our Streets, Remember How We Lost Them to Cars  —  
  • People Innovation Radar:  Biggest Transportation Innovation? People Reclaiming Their Streets  —  
  • The Washingtonian Magazine:  Metro Can Blame Bikeshare for Lost Passengers, but Bikeshare Is Just Going to Get Bigger  —  
  • Santa Monica Next:  Lessons From UCLA’s TransportationCamp  —  
  • Green SI: Smart Cities:  Urban Mobility At a Tipping Point  —  
  • Transit Choices:  “Bus Bunching” Being Solved in D.C.  —  
  • Streetsblog LA:  Lessons From UCLA’s TransportationCamp  —  
  • The Walkable Times:  Uber’s New Wave of Urban Design. Are Cities Ready?  —  
  • Planetizen:  New Tracking System Tackles Bus Bunching  —  
  • The Longneck&Thunderfoot Daily:  Active Transportation Alliance Illustrating Variety of Transportation Options  —  
  • Comobility:  Carsharing Growing Around the World with More User-Friendly Options  —  
  • VPS.net:  Do We Really Love Our Smartphones?  —  
  • Global Workplace Analytics:  Telework Saves D.C. From Traffic Snarl During Papal Visit  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  The State of Connected Transportation in Six Visuals  —  
  • The Daily Dispatch:  The State of Connected Transportation in Six Visuals  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  Carsharing Growing Around the World with More User-Friendly Options  —  
  • Active Transport for Cities:  A Dozen Easy Principles for Public Sector Program Success  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  What Do You Think of Your Commute? Pittsburgh Officials Create Regional Survey  —  
  • Puget Sound Business Journal:  full article behind paywall): How the Geeks Will Get Us Through the Gridlock  —  
  • WAMU 88.5 FM NPR in D.C.:  Papal Visit Proves Fixing Traffic Congestion Doesn’t Require Miracle, Just Teleworking  —  
  • IPI's Parking Matters:  Parking: An Industry Poised for Disruption?  —  
  • Shareable:  Streets and Sidewalks Should Be Used to Improve Our Health  —  
  • Streetsblog Ohio:  Today’s Headlines: A Low-Cost Way to Finally Address Bus Bunching Problem  —  
  • Government Computer News:  D.C. Tackles Bus Bunching With Smartphones  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Most Read: A Possible Solution for Bus Bunching  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Bus Bunching Fixed in DC with Low Cost Technology  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Breakfast Links: Better Bus, No Bunching  —  
  • Community Builders:  What’s We’re Reading: Uber’s New Wave of Urban Design  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  D.C. Solves “Bus Bunching” With Low-Cost Technology  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  “Bus Bunching” Being Solved in D.C. Thanks to Low-Cost Technology  —  
  • Shareable:  Free Transit Attracts Riders, Helps Communities in More Ways Than One  —  
  • Streetsblog California:  Free Transit Experiment in Montana Brings Unexpected Benefits  —  
  • Planetizen:  Uber’s Stumble Into urban Design  —  
  • Groundswell:  How Can We Make the Car-Free Movement More Inclusive?  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Uber’s New Wave of Urban Design. Are Cities Ready?  —  
  • Tech Investor News:  Allure of Connectivity Boosts Public Transit  —  
  • Mother Nature Network:  Allure of Connectivity Boosts Public Transit  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Transit’s Simple Advantage? You Can Use Smartphones  —  
  • The Direct Transfer Daily:  Uber’s New Wave of Urban Design. Are Cities Ready?  —  
  • WCPO Cincinnati:  Public Car Share Program BlueIndy Launches in Indianapolis  —  
  • Instigate This:  Could the Sharing Economy Bring Back Hitchhiking?  —  
  • Fare-Free New Jersey:  Want Business? Got #Transit?  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Free Transit Attracts Riders and Helps Communities in More Ways Than One  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Free Transit Attracts Riders and Helps Communities in More Ways Than One  —  
  • Albuquerque Journal:  Getting Public On Board With Bikeshare System  —  
  • Fusion:  Researchers Say People Are Choosing Public Transit So They Can Stare at Their Smartphones  —  
  • Victoria Transport Policy Institute newsletter:  Autonomous Vehicles Are a Traffic Solution Only Alongside Better City Planning  —  
  • Shareable:  Arlington Develops Path for Getting Public Onboard with Bikeshare  —  
  • The Urbanist Dispatch Daily:  Baby, We Won’t Drive Our Cars: The Future Of Automotive Transportation  —  
  • FOX Radio KGAB AM Cheyenne, Wyoming:  Capital Bikeshare Arlington Planner Jason Hardin Discusses His Mobility Lab Article  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Walking, the Oldest Form of Public Transportation, Goes High Tech  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Arlington Develops Path for Getting Public Onboard with Bikeshare  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Walking, the Oldest Form of Public Transportation, Goes High Tech  —  
  • The Transport Industry Daily:  Walking, the Oldest Form of Public Transportation, Goes High Tech  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Walking, the Oldest Form of Public Transportation, Goes High Tech  —  
  • TedEytan.com:  Presentation/Photos: Quantified Community, Population Sensors at WalkHackNight, Transportation Techies  —  
  • Richards Innovation Blog:  Apps Are Not the Answer  —  
  • Flipboard Walking:  Walking, the Oldest Form of Public Transportation, Goes High Tech  —  
  • Insights About Telematics:  Uber’s Plan for Self-Driving Cars Bigger Than Its Taxi Disruption  —  
  • Montana Associated Technology Roundtables:  Uber’s Plan for Self-Driving Cars Bigger Than Its Taxi Disruption  —  
  • POLITICO Morning Transportation:  Uber’s Plan for Self-Driving Cars Bigger Than Its Taxi Disruption  —  
  • Bay Planning Coalition:  Uber’s Plan for Self-Driving Cars Bigger Than Its Taxi Disruption  —  
  • Knight Foundation's City Observatory:  The War of Words: Rhetoric and the City  —  
  • GOVERNING's FutureStructure:  Uber’s Plan for Self-Driving Cars Bigger Than Its Taxi Disruption  —  
  • TedEytan.com:  Presenting Quantified Community at #WalkHackNight August 20, Transportation Techies Meetup  —  
  • Eco Mentality:  5 Bikesharing Trends to Watch  —  
  • Shared-Use Mobility Center:  5 Bikesharing Trends to Watch  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Events Roundup: Tech Savvy  —  
  • Planetizen:  Is It Time to Rebrand “Transportation Demand Management?”  —  
  • The Direct Transfer:  Most Read: Rebranding “TDM” for Transportation  —  
  • Mass Transit Magazine:  ACT 2015 Awards Recognize Excellence in Transportation Demand Management  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  How Broader Thinking Can Broaden Your Funding Sources  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  How Broader Thinking Can Broaden Your Funding Sources  —  
  • WTOP 103.5 FM:  Progressive Voice: New Transportation Options for Arlington  —  
  • ARLnow:  Progressive Voice: New Transportation Options for Arlington  —  
  • L.A. Transportation Headlines:  Planning Tool Brings Hope for Transit Users  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Planning Tool Brings Hope for Transit Users  —  
  • Bus Transit Technology:  Planning Tool Brings Hope for Transit Users  —  
  • Pulse Issues & Advocacy:  Bridj, a New Ride-Sharing Service, Takes on Buses in D.C.  —  
  • NBC Washington D.C. Channel 4 (WRC-TV):  Bridj, a New Ride-Sharing Service, Takes on Buses in D.C.  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Transit Data Gets More Intriguing as the Way It’s Presented Improves  —  
  • Bike Classifieds:  Mobility Lab’s Prediction About Self-Driving Cars  —  
  • Bike Portland:  Self-Driving Cars  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  New Research Reveals the Costs of Sprawl to Municipal Coffers  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Civic Action, Leadership Key to Transportation Innovation, Reform, Study Says  —  
  • Car Talk Radio:  The Best Parts of Coach Bus Travel  —  
  • GOVERNING's FutureStructure:  Autonomous Vehicles Are a Traffic Solution Only Alongside Better City Planning  —  
  • TransitCenter:  How Federal Policy Holds Back TDM Innovation — And How It Can Help  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  TransportationCamp Los Angeles  —  
  • Kansas City Real Estate News:  Why Driverless Vehicles Will Require Better Urban Planning  —  
  • Houston Style Magazine:  Autonomous Vehicles Are a Traffic Solution Only Alongside Better City Planning  —  
  • Capital Carshare:  Mobility Mashup July Edition: 5 Apps for Catching your Train and Being Productive  —  
  • Capital Carshare:  Mobility Mashup July Edition: Car Sharing is Great Even for Car Owners  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  TransportationCamp NYC Announced  —  
  • Old Town Post:  CarFreeAtoZ Trip Planner  —  
  • Old Town Post:  Arlington’s Mobility Lab Highlights the New “Ride” App  —  
  • Cap'n Transit Rides Again:  No, E-Carpooling Will Not Replace Fixed-Route Buses  —  
  • Women Sport Watches:  5 Bikesharing Trends to Look Out for This Summer  —  
  • The Transit Wire:  TransportationCamp Returns to NYC  —  
  • Active Transport for Cities:  10 Steps to Take 100,000 Cars Off D.C.’s Roads  —  
  • Biking in L.A.:  No Right or Wrong Way to Be a Cyclist  —  
  • Sharp & Company:  How to Sell Public Transportation  —  
  • BikeArlington:  There is No Right or Wrong Way to Be a Cyclist  —  
  • TransitCenter:  StreetsCamp Elevates Transit Discourse in Washington DC Metro Region  —  
  • ARLnow:  Startup Monday: Website Helps Commuters Go Car-Free  —  
  • Brasco International:  Bikesharing, Carsharing Lead the Way on Local Transportation Sharing-Economy Initiatives  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Businesses Moving to Where the Public Transportation Is — Downtown  —  
  • StreetsCamp:  Telling Better Stories About Public Transportation  —  
  • Planetizen:  Use Positive Storytelling to Change the Message for Alternative Transportation  —  
  • BeyondDC:  Why Positive Storytelling Matters to Transportation  —  
  • Washington City & Press:  Why Positive Storytelling Matters to Transportation  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Why Positive Storytelling Matters to Transportation  —  
  • ARLnow:  Arlington to Reach Out to the “Casual” Cyclist  —  
  • The Urban Sustainability Lab:  Car-Free Commuting Just Got a Whole Lot Easier in D.C.  —  
  • Biking in L.A.:  Fighting Among Ourselves Won’t Make Bicycling Grow  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  Living in the Heart of DC Could Be Cheaper Than the Outer Suburbs  —  
  • Travelfore:  Rijeka — A Beautiful Croatian City At Night  —  
  • The Multimodalist:  Does Chicago’s Elevated “LL Get the Fundamentals of Transit Right?  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  A Playbook for Persuading People to Use Public Transportation  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Events Roundup: StreetsCamp  —  
  • Planetizen:  Lack of Data Still Impedes Multi-Modal Trip Navigation  —  
  • The Future Drive Daily:  Transit Oriented Development and Planning  —  
  • CityV3:  The Good and the Bad of the Capital Bikeshare Member Survey  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  The Circulator Will Start on the National Mall on Sunday  —  
  • Neighborhood Effects:  Why Regulations That Require Cabs To Be Painted the Same Color Are Counterproductive  —  
  • The PRTP Daily:  Should Uber Get Special Treatment? A Look at Sharing-Economy Rules  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Events Roundup: StreetsCamp  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  A Playbook for Persuading People to Use Public Transportation  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  A Playbook for Persuading People to Use Public Transportation  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Transit Agencies Need Online Savvy to Influence Politics  —  
  • 9ija News:  Car-Free Commuting Just Got A Lot Easier in D.C.  —  
  • Lockerdome:  Car-Free Commuting Just Got A Lot Easier in D.C.  —  
  • Topix:  Car-Free Commuting Just Got A Lot Easier in D.C.  —  
  • Hot News Online:  Car-Free Commuting Just Got A Lot Easier in D.C.  —  
  • Carsharing Association Newsletter:  Why Should Local Governments Care About Carsharing?  —  
  • Huffington Post:  Car-Free Commuting Just Got A Lot Easier in D.C.  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Carsharing is Great Even for Car Owners  —  
  • TheTransitWire:  Split Comes to D.C.  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Uber, Lyft Get a Carpool Competitor in D.C.  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Managing Editor  —  
  • DC Public Affairs + Communications Jobs:  Mobility Lab Managing Editor  —  
  • CityLab:  Car-Free Commuting Just Got a Whole Lot Easier in D.C.  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Peace and Love — Not Scare Mongering — Makes Better Bike-Ped-Car Messaging  —  
  • Virginia Bicycling Federation:  FHWA Releases Separated Bike Lane Planning and Design Guide  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Events Roundup: StreetsCamp  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Energizing People About the Future of Public Transportation  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Uber, Lyft Have Opportunities to Complement Local Transit Networks  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Energizing People to Reimagine Our Cities  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  We’re Getting an Award!  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  More Bikeshare Stations is a Good Thing, But It’s Important to Be Realistic  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  “Car Free A to Z” Compares Your Commute Options  —  
  • The Multimodalist:  London and Stockholm Boldly Reimagine Bicycle Commuting  —  
  • Best Cycling:  The Management of Transport Demand  —  
  • The Washingtonian:  Is Arlington Becoming Just Another Soulless Suburb?  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  10 Steps to Take 100,000 Cars Off D.C.’s Roads  —  
  • Nigerian Nation:  The Latest Sign of Bike-Share’s Social Equity Problem  —  
  • eWallStreeter Travel News:  The Latest Sign of Bike-Share’s Social Equity Problem  —  
  • AGReGate:  The Latest Sign of Bike-Share’s Social Equity Problem  —  
  • Huffington Post:  The Latest Sign of Bike-Share’s Social Equity Problem  —  
  • WAMU 88.5 FM:  New Commuter App Takes Holistic View: Money, Time, Health, Environment  —  
  • Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space:  Park Bench Air Monitoring Station at Smithsonian  —  
  • TheWashCycle:  Many Reports on the CaBi Survey Focus on the Demographic Change  —  
  • Washington City Paper:  Bikeshare Members Getting Whiter, Wealthier, More Male  —  
  • Washington Post:  Bridj Pop-Up Bus Service Arrives in D.C.  —  
  • Oxnard Community Planning Group:  How the Microtransit Movement is Changing Urban Mobility  —  
  • CityLab:  How the Microtransit Movement is Changing Urban Mobility  —  
  • eWallstreeter:  The First Transportation Demand Management Program for Public School Teachers  —  
  • ARLnow:  TDM for APS Teachers  —  
  • Active Transportation Canada:  The Latest Sign of Bike-Share’s Social Equity Problem  —  
  • Planetizen:  The First Transportation Demand Management Program for Public School Teachers  —  
  • Aktiv Verzeichnis:  Big Data = Big Value?  —  
  • NoVA Scanner:  Who Are the People That Ride Ride Capital Bikeshare  —  
  • Red Brick Town:  Who Are the People That Ride Capital Bikeshare  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  CaBi Counts  —  
  • Ace Campaign:  The Latest Sign of Bike-Share’s Social Equity Problem  —  
  • #fnews:  The Latest Sign of Bike-Share’s Social Equity Problem  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  How Capital Bikeshare Members Use System is Becoming Clearer  —  
  • District Source:  Study: Capital Bikeshare Riders Are Older, Earn More, Commute Shorter Distances  —  
  • DCist:  Survey: Bikeshare Membership Becoming Older, Whiter, Richer  —  
  • CityLab:  The Latest Sign of Bike-Share’s Social Equity Problem  —  
  • WTOP:  Bikeshare Releases Survey on Usage  —  
  • Green City Streets:  Radius Ride — Using GPS Censors to Develop Travel Times  —  
  • The Transit Wire:  Weekend Roundup — Radius Ride  —  
  • The Direct Transfer:  Cities Must Understand Bikeshare is Transit  —  
  • Streetsblog Ohio:  Cities Need to Learn That Bikeshare Systems Are Transit  —  
  • RapidShift.net:  Five cities show the future of walkability  —  
  • GreaterPlaces:  Transportation Disruption & Cities — The Tip of the Iceberg  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Radius Rides Show How Far a Bike Can Get You  —  
  • MARTA Rocks!:  #newtrain  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Details in New DC Metro Trains Could Please Even the Grumpiest Riders  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  School Bicycling Safety in Alexandria, Virginia Gets a Look from Tech Hackers  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  RYDE Helps Music Festivals Reduce Traffic with Crowdsourcing  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  RYDE Helps Music Festivals Reduce Traffic with Crowdsourcing  —  
  • PTV Compass Blog:  Big Data = Big Value?  —  
  • Slideshare:  The End of Travel, Part 2: The Technology Innovations Enabling the Rise of Smart Mobility (Mobility Lab featured on page 64)  —  
  • Skift:  The End of Travel, Part 2: The Technology Innovations Enabling the Rise of Smart Mobility  —  
  • Building ATX:  Austin’s Traffic Congestion Action Plan  —  
  • Cronkite News:  Bike Commuting Slipped Slightly in Valley, But Advocates Are Hopeful  —  
  • @livemore:  Going Car Free Made Travel Dreams Come True  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Seemingly Little Things Make D.C. Transit Too Difficult  —  
  • TransitScreen:  “TransitScreen Coming to Your Town!”  —  
  • Solutions (PDF):  Transit Comfort Begins with Great Customer Service  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  A Social Media Playbook for Changing Commuting Behaviors  —  
  • The Road Scholar:  2 Main Reasons D.C. Transit Ridership is Decreasing  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Tax Benefit Changes and Better Options Are Hurting Transit Ridership  —  
  • The Kojo Nnamdi Politics Hour :  Kojo and Tom Sherwood Chat with D.C. Council Member Elissa Silverman  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Talking Public Transportation: Mobility Lab Asks “Where Are We Headed?”  —  
  • Dave's Auto Glass Repair:  A Quick Look At How Buses Evolved and Changed Over the Decades  —  
  • Talking Transportation:  Talking Public Transportation: Mobility Lab Asks “Where Are We Headed?”  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Infrastructure Money Tight? Do Better Bus Marketing  —  
  • Witch On a Bicycle:  Four Ways to Inspire Bike Riders in Your Small Community  —  
  • Washington City and Press:  2015 is Going to Be a Great Year for City Planning  —  
  • TransportationCamp:  Looking Back, with Videos from TransportationCamp  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  2015 is Going to Be a Great Year for City Planning  —  
  • Muni Diaries:  New Private Bus Wants You to Avoid the Crowded 30-Stockton, Blue Bottle Coffee Optional  —  
  • Media Bullseye:  48 Communications and Public Relations Jobs Available Now  —  
  • TransitScreen:  Energizing People to Reimagine Our Cities  —  
  • The Transit Wire:  Join the Conversation About the Future of Public Transportation  —  
  • Washington Post:  Why Parking Spaces Shouldn’t Always Be Wasted on Cars  —  
  • The Cycling Daily:  Energizing People About the Future of Public Transportation  —  
  • Transport Innovators:  Energizing People About the Future of Public Transportation  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Three Ways Multimodal Travel is Tricky for App Developers  —  
  • WalkArlington:  Mobility Lab Releases Videos on the Role of Active Transportation, Public Transit and Placemaking in Health, Safety, and Quality of Life in Arlington  —  
  • Infrastructure USA:  Energizing People About the Future of Public Transportation  —  
  • Safe Cycling Charlottesville:  Bicycling is Part of the Public Transportation Network  —  
  • Capital Carshare:  Major U.S. DOT Study Emphasizes Need for More Transit, Biking, Walking  —  
  • eWallstreeter – Real Estate News:  Three Challenges for Multi-Modal Trip Planning Apps  —  
  • Planetizen:  Three Challenges for Multi-Modal Trip Planning Apps  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Events Roundup: Biking and Technology  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Infrastructure Money Tight? Do Better Bus Marketing  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Infrastructure Money Tight? Do Better Bus Marketing  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Job Posting: Managing Editor  —  
  • Active Transport for Cities:  Infrastructure Money Tight? Do Better Bus Marketing  —  
  • DC Public Affairs + Communications Jobs:  Justice and More Justice: Managing Editor  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Five Ways Our Transportation Vocabulary Makes Absolutely No Sense  —  
  • ISOCARP Planning Journal:  Roanoke’s Placemaking Shows a City on the Rise  —  
  • Momentum Magazine:  Now We Have Scientific Proof That Bikeshare Makes Your City Cleaner  —  
  • Lake Norman (N.C.) Citizen:  No Debate: North Meck Program a Proven Asset  —  
  • The Roanoke Star:  How Tricky “Automobile Love Affair” PR Buried Roanoke’s Treasured Past  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  I Can Take the Bus From My Neighborhood To Just About Anywhere in D.C.  —  
  • Ashoka:  Ashoka Recognized as a 2014 Arlington Transportation Partners Champion  —  
  • Tin Lizzie Rides Again:  Snow and Spring and Shoes  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  An Inside Glimpse of How Parking is Going High-Tech  —  
  • Arlington Transportation Partners:  CarFreeAtoZ — Trip Planning Tool Updates  —  
  • WAMU 88.5:  In Arlington, Cash-Friendly Bikeshare Eliminates a Barrier to Low-Income residents  —  
  • Parking Exec:  SF Park: Lesson Learned From a Market-Priced Parking Experiment  —  
  • InsideNova:  Arlington Businesses Honored as “Commuter Champions”  —  
  • Frontier Group:  D.C., S.F., Austin Among Top-Ranked Cities for Technology-Enabled Transportation  —  
  • Spokefly:  A Closer Look at Bikeshare Data  —  
  • The Transit Wire:  Weekend Roundup: Seven Apps Every Transit Rider Needs  —  
  • Examiner:  Honoring Good Behavior for Sustainable Transportation  —  
  • Car Talk Radio:  Four Reasons Why the Nearest Charter Bus Line is Probably Closer Than You Think  —  
  • Car Talk Radio:  Three Ways You’re Making a Difference When You Choose to Travel By Bus  —  
  • Arlington Transportation Partners:  Weekly Wrap: TransportationCamp Provides a Twist on the Usual Academic Conference + 2 more  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  “Best Conference Ever:” TransportationCamp’s Lab-Like Setting Energizes Attendees  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Arlington County Offers a Cash Capital Bikeshare Membership  —  
  • The Road Scholar:  Providing a Leg Up to Low-Income Americans with Rideshare, Carshare, and Bikeshare  —  
  • California Planning & Development Report:  In Case You Missed TransportationCamp  —  
  • The Black Urbanist:  Highlights From TransportationCamp DC 2015  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Autotopia Night: Transportation Techies  —  
  • Capital Bikeshare:  2014’s Busiest Station  —  
  • Young Professionals in Transportation:  DC-Area Job Alert: Research Analyst  —  
  • MacroInsider:  The Week Ahead: TransportationCamp DC  —  
  • Sustainable Cities Collective:  My Placemaking Wishes for 2015  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  New Bloggers! Better Bloggers!  —  
  • DCist:  Video: Bikeshare Users’ Trips To and From Union Station  —  
  • TransportGooru:  Job Alert — Research Analyst at Mobility Lab  —  
  • Arlington Transportation Partners:  Weekly Wrap: Transit is Efficient, Attractive, Enjoyable, Prestigious, and, Yes, Safe  —  
  • Arlington Transportation Partners:  Weekly Wrap: TransitScreen Looks to Keep Up with Fast-Changing Transportation Landscape  —  
  • ARLNow:  Morning Notes: Optimism for Office Vacancies in Arlington  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  TransitScreen Looks to Keep Up with Fast-Changing Transportation Landscape  —  
  • TedEytan.com:  Just Read: “Social Innovation” and Social Innovators (people who take no as a question)  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Events Roundup: Evaluating Protected Bikelanes  —  
  • BeyondDC:  The Lincoln Memorial Just Became Capital Bikeshare’s Busiest Station  —  
  • Arlington Transportation Partners:  Weekly Wrap: Real-Estate Investors: Pay Attention to 18-Hour Cities, Millennials, and Infrastructure in 2015  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  The Lincoln Memorial Just Became Capital Bikeshare’s Busiest Station  —  
  • Tin Lizzie Rides Again:  BECC, TDM, and Me  —  
  • Capital Bikeshare Blog:  Hack Night Brings Trip Data to Life  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Events Roundup: Building Safe Communities/TransportationCamp  —  
  • Every Body Walk!:  Social Innovation: Visualizing the Movement of Bikeshare Bikes Around the Center for Total Health, Washington D.C.  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Autotopia Night — Transportation Techies  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Time is On Our Side With Automated Vehicles  —  
  • TedEytan.com:  Social Innovation: Visualizing the Movement of Bikeshare Bikes Around the Center for Total Health, Washington D.C.  —  
  • InsideNova:  Fairfax Residents in Middle of Pack on Commuter Satisfaction  —  
  • InsideNova:  Survey: Most Fairfax Commuters OK With Their Daily Grind  —  
  • InsideNova:  (Arlington Commuters Generally) Accepting of Their Daily Grind  —  
  • Urbanful:  Now We Have Scientific Proof That Bikeshare Makes Your City Cleaner  —  
  • Washington Post:  Trains, Buses, Bike or Feet — A Detailed Look at How Arlingtonians Get to Work  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Events Roundup: Road to Happy Events  —  
  • WTOP:  More Arlington Residents Biking and Walking to Work, Researcher Says  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  More Arlington Residents Biking and Walking to Work, Researcher Says  —  
  • Arlington Transportation Partners:  Weekly Wrap: New Regional Study Details How Commuters Get To and From Arlington  —  
  • Washington Post Express:  Arlington Plans to Plow Bike Trails (Page 4)  —  
  • ARLnow:  More Arlington Residents Biking and Walking to Work, Researcher Says  —  
  • Arlington Transportation Partners:  Ridesharing Vs. Uber, Lyft, Etc.: What’s the Difference  —  
  • ACT Connections:  Mobility Lab Infographic on Commuter Trends  —  
  • The Washingtonian:  Here’s How Commuters Get To and From Arlington  —  
  • Washington Post:  Arlington to Plow Up to 10 Miles of Bike Trails After Snowstorms This Winter  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Bike Hack Night II: Transportation Techies  —  
  • Bike Around Bend:  News Bites: North American Bikeshare Association  —  
  • The Black Urbanist:  Inspiring People: Veronica O. Davis  —  
  • Tech Cocktail:  Wearable Tech Will Transform Walkability of Our Cities  —  
  • Better By Bicycle:  TransportCamp Melbourne Data, Apps, Links and Idea  —  
  • Arlington Transportation Partners:  In the News: Employers Key to Transportation Fix  —  
  • Price Tags:  Millennials in Motion — Yet More Reports  —  
  • Urbanful:  Real-time, Customized Transit Information Coming to a Screen Near You  —  
  • APA Virginia Daily:  Redfin Buys WalkScore to Make Online Home-Hunting a Little Less Maddening  —  
  • GreaterPlaces:  Four More Days — Back Cards Against Urbanity on Kickstarter  —  
  • Arlington Transportation Partners:  Weekly Wrap: Messages for Getting People to Bike Need to Be Revamped  —  
  • ARLNow:  Cyclists Facing “Bikelash”  —  
  • Tech Cocktail:  6 Ways to Become Your Own City Planner  —  
  • Biking Toronto:  “Bike to Work” is the Wrong Message  —  
  • Planetizen:  Shifting the Message to Attract More Bike Riders  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Roanoke’s Placemaking Shows a City on the Rise  —  
  • Biking in L.A.:  Morning Links: Bike Advocate Says We Should Refocus on Recreation  —  
  • CityWorks(X)po:  Roanoke’s Placemaking Shows a City on the Rise  —  
  • Cyclelicious:  This Post is a Secret Message: Bike Advocates Should Focus Less on Work Trips  —  
  • Roanoke Times:  The best of CityWorks (X)po 2014 #xpo2014  —  
  • 3000 Mile Oil Change – Truth or Myth?:  Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams?  —  
  • Zakazmashini.ru:  Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams?  —  
  • Space Time and I:  Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams?  —  
  • Hybrids Evolution:  Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams?  —  
  • Cars:  Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams?  —  
  • Autoblog:  Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams?  —  
  • Kronosim:  Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams?  —  
  • Car News:  Do Ridesharing Services Like Uber and Lyft Create Traffic Jams?  —  
  • Young Professionals in Transportation:  DC Area Event Alert: Transportation Techies Meetup  —  
  • Stop, Drop & Roll:  Millennials Sticking With Transit, Boomers Sticking With Cars  —  
  • UrbOrb -- Comprehensive Development and Planning:  What Are Your Cities’ Good Policies, Infrastructure That Promote Motorcycle, Scooter Use?  —  
  • UrbOrb -- Comprehensive Development and Planning:  Uber, Lyft May Add Convenience . . . And Traffic Jams  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  Today’s Headlines: Are Uber and Lyft Good for Sustainability?  —  
  • UrbOrb -- Comprehensive Development and Planning:  Transportation Techies Show What Can Be Done With Bike Data  —  
  • UrbOrb -- Comprehensive Development and Planning:  10 Rules for Construction of Good Bicycle Parking  —  
  • UrbOrb -- Comprehensive Development and Planning:  What Are Your Cities’ Good Policies, Infrastructure That Promote Motorcycle, Scooter Use?  —  
  • RIDESolutions:  Uber: Not Rideshare, But Still Important  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Are You Feeling “Bikelash” in Your City, Yet?  —  
  • Arlington Transportation Partners:  Weekly Wrap: Public-Transportation Attitudes Examined in Major New TransitCenter Report  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Here’s Where You Can Check Out a Parklet During Tomorrow’s Parking Day, 2014  —  
  • D.C. Tech Minute:  Meetup Madness  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Bike-Sharing Trend Shifts in to High Gear  —  
  • Associations Now:  Biking is Booming: The Bike-Share Industry Gets Its Own Association  —  
  • Clean Technica:  Launch of the North American Bikeshare Association (NABSA)  —  
  • ARLNow:  “Blog Comment Sections” Hurting Arlington Way?  —  
  • DCist:  How to Cross Ten D.C. Bridges in One Bike Ride  —  
  • Streetsblog:  America’s Progress on Street Safety is Pathetic  —  
  • The Energy Mix:  Bicyclists Must Feel Safe on the Road, Says Transportation Secretary Foxx  —  
  • Curbed DC:  Video Interlude  —  
  • DCist:  Video: How Often Capital Bikeshare’s Riders Cross the Region’s Rivers  —  
  • ARLNow:  Ask Adam: The Future of Ballston  —  
  • Portland Accident Lawyers:  Bike-Walk Funding Facing Bumpy Road  —  
  • ARLNow:  Finding Love on Metro  —  
  • PlanIt Metro:  Ballston and the Silver Line: A Big Opportunity  —  
  • Washington Business Journal:  Ballston and the Silver Line: A Big Opportunity  —  
  • WTOP:  Ballston and the Silver Line: A Big Opportunity  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Idea for Smarter Transit Fares is a Winner  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Idea for Smarter Transit Fares Wins George Mason Competition  —  
  • Streetsblog:  A New Take on Hitch-Hiking Brings Real Ride-Sharing to Small Town USA  —  
  • 89.3 KPCC (Southern California Public Radio):  Uber Takes Credit for Big Drop in Drunk Driving, But Police Are Skeptical  —  
  • Virginia Senator Barbara Favola:  Senator Favola Visits Mobility Lab  —  
  • Planetizen:  Time to Find a Better Word Than “Sharing” for the New Economy  —  
  • Preservation of Community Assets:  Public Transportation and Healthier Lifestyles  —  
  • Streetsblog:  We Need a New Term to Describe Uber and Lyft  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  Tips for Effective Transportation Blogging  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Tips for Effective Transportation Blogging  —  
  • ratpag:  Point-Counterpoint: Is the DC Metro Better Than the NYC Subway?  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  “Sharing” Isn’t a Good Term for Services Like Uber and Lyft. Is There a Better One?  —  
  • ARLNow:  Metro > NYC Subway?  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  How to Blog Effectively  —  
  • Archinect:  Exploring and Collaborating on Shared-Use Mobility Services  —  
  • Washington City Paper Morning Roundup:  Arlington Tries to Strike a Balance Between Car Parking and Bike Parking  —  
  • Coalition for Smarter Growth:  Bike Parking Overtakes Auto Parking in Some Places  —  
  • Washington City Paper Housing Complex:  Arlington Tries to Strike a Balance Between Car Parking and Bike Parking  —  
  • Urban Omnibus:  Exploring and Collaborating on Shared-Use Mobility Services  —  
  • Bloomberg:  Uber Faces Challenges in NY With Lyft Debut, Price Caps  —  
  • ARLNow:  TDM is the “Secret to Arlington’s Success”  —  
  • 511 Contra Costa:  Bicycle Parking Defined  —  
  • CUTRLines Daily:  Demand-side Transportation Strategies are Secret to Arlington’s Success  —  
  • National Center for Mobility Management:  Interoperability Benefits and Getting the Terminology Right  —  
  • Planning -- The Magazine of the American Planning Association:  Healthier Commuting  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  When Parking Pricing Reflects Demand, Everybody Wins  —  
  • Greater Montreal Real Estate:  Streetcars — The Transit System America Threw Away  —  
  • TransitCenter:  Recapping the Innovation in Mobility Public Policy Summit  —  
  • ARLNow:  Fisette Asks for Alternative Streetcar Funding Plan  —  
  • The Transit Wire:  Technology, Information, and Millennials  —  
  • TransitCenter:  Shared-Use Mobility and the Feds at Cross-Purposes?  —  
  • Preservation of Community Assets:  The Wisdom of the Arlington Model  —  
  • RebelMouse:  Innovations in Mobility: A Public Policy Summit  —  
  • TransitCenter:  To Define TDM, Follow the Money?  —  
  • Roll Call:  “Shared Use Mobility;” Trendy or Mainstream?  —  
  • Optym:  Optym’s Peter Torrellas KeyNote Speaker at the Innovation in Mobility Public Policy Summit  —  
  • Streetsblog:  How Shared Vehicles are Changing the Way We Get Around  —  
  • George Mason University News:  Mason Students Take on Arlington’s Transportation Challenge  —  
  • Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space:  Chattanooga as a “Smart City:” Next Steps  —  
  • Washington Post Wonkblog:  Is Bikeshare Good or Bad for Bike Shop Business  —  
  • RealCrozetVA:  Are Fearful, Lurking Parents a Reason for Uninspired Transportation Choice? — Something to think about when getting around Crozet  —  
  • Washington Post Wonkblog:  Investors Think Uber is Worth $17 Billion. Why That’s Not Entirely Crazy.  —  
  • POLITICO:  Curious About Transportation Demand Management in Arlington?  —  
  • ARLNow:  County Bureau Runs “Like a Startup”  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Are Fearful, Lurking Parents a Reason for Uninspired Transportation Choice  —  
  • RalphBuehler.com:  Field Trip to Arlington County’s Mobility Lab  —  
  • Planetizen:  Are Helicopter Parents Destroying Mobility for Young Americans?  —  
  • ARLNow:  Arlington Losing Its Urban Village Advantage?  —  
  • BikinginLA:  Ten Rules to Build Better Bike Parking  —  
  • Streetsblog:  Arlington Offers National Model of TOD  —  
  • Nuzzel:  Are Fearful, Lurking Parents a Reason for Uninspired Transportation Choice? May 27;  —  
  • Transit Miami:  Bikesharing is Good for Taxpayers and the Local Economy  —  
  • Dinner and Bikes:  Event Dates and Book Signing at Mobility Lab June 17  —  
  • ARLNow:  GMU Students Make Transportation Recommendations  —  
  • UrbOrb -- Comprehensive Development and Planning:  Various Mobility Lab Headlines  —  
  • Planetizen:  A Primer on Effective Bike Parking  —  
  • TransitCenter:  The Latest Battle in the Mobility War  —  
  • Inside NOVA:  Fairchild, Mobility Lab to Receive Regional Honor  —  
  • Inside NOVA:  Arlington Mobility Lab, Director to Receive Regional Honor  —  
  • HeadWater Solutions:  Health Effects of Traffic, Part 1  —  
  • Uber OFF!!!:  Uberspeak — Controlling the Message  —  
  • Community Builders:  What We’re Reading: Cities Are Often Bad Places for Cars and . . . Oh Yeah . . . People Too  —  
  • WTOP:  Public Transit Displays Offer Options for Commuters  —  
  • Carnegie Mellon's Traffic21:  Swedish Embassy, Mobility Lab Partner on Smart Living Challenge  —  
  • MemePosts:  Arlington’s Embrace of Transit-Oriented Development Linked to Health, Sprawl Study Says  —  
  • Amtrak:  Mobility Expert Says Skip the Car Visiting Nation’s Capital  —  
  • TransitCenter:  When Employer Programs Can and Can’t Unlock Major Transit Gains  —  
  • Emotion Bike:  Seven Reasons to Let Your Child Walk or Bike to School  —  
  • Report on Obamacare:  Why “Trust and Safety” Are No Longer Free on UberX and Lyft  —  
  • Washington Post:  Why “Trust and Safety” Are No Longer Free on UberX and Lyft  —  
  • Washington Post:  Look Ma, No Spandex: Once-Reluctant Rider Won Over by Ease of Capital Bikeshare  —  
  • Dana Tours:  The Technology Behind a New Kind of Travel Planning  —  
  • Arlington Patch:  Pedestrian-Bicycle Footbridge Needed at Traffic-Gridlocked Key Bridge  —  
  • Georgetown Patch:  Pedestrian-Bicycle Footbridge Needed at Traffic-Gridlocked Key Bridge  —  
  • Bongorama:  Say What? How Cars and Bikers Can Share Parking Spaces!  —  
  • POLITICO:  Apple’s Transportation Program is Inadequate  —  
  • DCist:  Capital Bikeshare Had Its Biggest Day Ever Tuesday  —  
  • Triple Pundit:  Apple’s New Headquarters Missing a Major Green Point  —  
  • ARLNow:  Morning Poll: Pedestrian Bridge from Rosslyn to Georgetown?  —  
  • BikeTrailers.org:  Apple Transportation Program Stuck in Past  —  
  • Streetsblog USA:  Apple Transportation Program Stuck in Past  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  Apple Transportation Program Stuck in Past  —  
  • The Tysons Corner:  Inspiration Monday: Arlington Looks to Avoid Parking “Tragedy of the Commons”  —  
  • Institute of Transportation Engineers Journal:  Providing Travel Choices for Vibrant Streets: Transportation Demand Management in Arlington, Virginia, USA  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Events Roundup: Bus Hack Night  —  
  • The Washingtonian:  Cherry Blossom Festival is Peak Season for Parking Tickets  —  
  • Architect This City:  Moving People Instead of Cars  —  
  • WAMU 88.5 FM:  For Businesses, Capital Bikeshare Good for the Bottom Line  —  
  • National Association of City Transportation Officials:  NACTO Convenes Bikeshare Industry Leaders  —  
  • Red Brick Town:  Study: Economic Activity Expands Around Capital Bikeshare Stations  —  
  • METRO Magazine:  What If We Sold Transit Fares Like Cell-Phone Minutes?  —  
  • 99.1 FM WNEW CBS Radio Washington D.C.:  Planner: Metro Should Consider Mobile Payment Platforms  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  ModeScore Rates Accessibility of Buildings to Multiple Transportation Options  —  
  • TheTransitWire:  Call for a Bikeshare Open Data Standard  —  
  • American Society of Landscape Architect's "The Dirt":  D.C. Businesses Positive About Bikeshare But Most Don’t See Sales Boost  —  
  • Bikeshare.com:  The Re-Dock: March 4 to March 10  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  An Open Data Standard Would Help Public Discover Bikesharing  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Bikeshare is Good for Business  —  
  • InTheCapital:  Capital Bikeshare: A Proverbial “Gravy Train” for Area Businesses  —  
  • Region Forward:  Which Attributes Make a Community Successful?  —  
  • Washington City Paper:  Capital Bikeshare Stations Give a Boost to Nearby Businesses  —  
  • The Atlantic Cities:  America’s Cities Are Still Too Afraid to Make Driving Unappealing  —  
  • PSFK:  Touchscreen Service Helps Select Most Efficient Travel Options  —  
  • Is High Speed Rail For Real?:  High Speed Rail is a Key to U.S. Economic Competitiveness  —  
  • The Atlantic Cities:  These Real-Time Transit Screens Belong in Every Lobby  —  
  • Washington City Paper:  E-bikes Are on the Rise  —  
  • The Alamedan:  Alameda Point Explained: Taming Traffic  —  
  • New Cities Foundation:  Re-imagining Urban Mobility: February Tweet Chat Highlights  —  
  • Ideas Lab:  Share and Ride Alike: Mobility Innovation for the Sharing Economy  —  
  • Washington Business Journal:  Mobility Lab’s Multiple Traffic Congestion Fixes  —  
  • Smart Chicago:  Hack Night Live: Divvy Data II  —  
  • New Cities Foundation:  Tweet Chat #3: Reimagining Urban Mobility  —  
  • Sulia:  FYI D.C.-Area Readers: CarFreeNearMe.com  —  
  • Capital Bikeshare:  Tech Savvy Members Create New Ways of Seeing Bikeshare in Action  —  
  • ARLnow:  County Launches Transit Tech Initiative  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Besides Metro and a Gondola, Plan Lays Out Many Ways to Burnish Georgetown  —  
  • Washington City Paper:  People Use Capital Bikeshare Most When It’s Hot Out  —  
  • The Transportation Planner:  Recap of the WMATA RoundAbouts Talk on Momentum and the Future of Metro  —  
  • Advancing Mobility:  Virginia Politics: Transportation Policies as a Solution For Northern Virginia  —  
  • PlanIt Metro:  PlanIt Metro at Metro Hack Night  —  
  • InTheCapital:  An Open Letter to Governor McAuliffe for Virginia’s Transportation Solution  —  
  • POLITICO Morning Transportation:  How Capital Bikeshare and Metro Work Together  —  
  • Arlington Sun Gazette:  McAuliffe Administration Needs to Focus on Transportation Options  —  
  • Richmond Times Dispatch:  Time for a New Look at Transportation Funding  —  
  • Coalition for Smarter Growth:  Ten Things I Learned at TransportationCamp  —  
  • Region Forward:  The Case for Activity Centers in the D.C. Region  —  
  • Washington Post:  Calculator: How Transit Benefit Cut May Affect You  —  
  • Washington Post:  Cut in Transit Allowance: A New Year’s Pain for Metro Riders  —  
  • Power of Place:  Live, Work & Prosper: Activity Centers in the D.C. Region  —  
  • Home Channel News:  Pretax Limit for Transit Benefits Drops for 2014  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Breakfast Links: Delays  —  
  • Washingtonian:  Believe It Or Not, People Used Capital Bikeshare More Than 2,300 Times in the Polar Vortex  —  
  • Washington City Paper:  District Line Daily  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Techies Tackle WMATA Data at Metro Hack Night  —  
  • Washington City Paper:  Metro Commuters Stand to Lose Thanks to Congress  —  
  • POLITICO Morning Transportation:  More Metro News  —  
  • POLITICO Morning Transportation:  Tonight — Hacking Metro  —  
  • Connected 2 Christ Ministries:  Video Release: Older Adults Retiring From Driving Lack Public-Transportation Training Opportunities  —  
  • Senior Transportation:  Video: Transportation Solutions for Aging in Auto-Centric America  —  
  • Gold Jetty:  Video: Older Adults Retiring From Driving Lack Public-Transportation Training Opportunities  —  
  • Watchlist News:  Video: Older Adults Retiring From Driving Lack Public-Transportation Training Opportunities  —  
  • FOX Carolina:  Video: Older Adults Retiring From Driving Lack Public-Transportation Training Opportunities  —  
  • PRWeb:  Video: Older Adults Retiring From Driving Lack Public-Transportation Training Opportunities  —  
  • Digital Journal:  Video: Older Adults Retiring From Driving Lack Public-Transportation Training Opportunities  —  
  • CBS 8 San Diego:  Video: Older Adults Retiring From Driving Lack Public-Transportation Training Opportunities  —  
  • Arlington County Newsroom:  Satisfaction With ART Continues to Grow  —  
  • Arlington Sun Gazette:  ART Bus Service Sees Improving Satisfaction Score  —  
  • TransportationCamp:  Why You Should Attend TransportationCamp  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Capital Bikeshare Hackers Pedal Their Wares at Mobility Lab  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Mobility Lab Uses TDM to Fight Congestion in the Washington DC Area  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Meet Transportation Techies  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  Latest Issue of Mobility Lab Express  —  
  • Fast Sea Transportation Conference 2014:  Why Not Have a Walking Meeting? Here’s How  —  
  • The Urban Transportation Monitor (PDF):  OneBusAway Allows Commuters to Use One App for Transit Information on Multiple Transit Systems  —  
  • The Urban Transportation Monitor (PDF):  Arlington, VA Provides Data for Adjusting ITE Trip Rates for Urban Locations Near Rail Transit  —  
  • StreetsBlog:  Walkability, Parking, and TDM Influence Whether You Drive  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Walkability, Parking, and TDM Influence Whether You Drive  —  
  • The Public Transit Roundup:  How OneBusAway Aims to Improve All Transit Apps  —  
  • TOD News:  Rail-Volution: Transit Becoming Economic Backbone of Communities  —  
  • The Transit Wire:  Weekend Roundup — OneBusAway  —  
  • NeoNiche Strategies:  Mobility Lab’s Highlight Reel From Ray LaHood’s Fantastic Talk  —  
  • Al Jazeera America.com:  Transit Hustle and Flow  —  
  • Al Jazeera America TV's The Stream:  Mobility Lab Director Tom Fairchild on “The Future of Transit in the U.S.”  —  
  • Business Insider:  The Surprisingly Violent Story of How the Trucking Lobby Killed Fair Prices for Great Diesel Cars  —  
  • Lord of the Net:  How the Trucking Lobby Killed Fair Prices for Great Diesel Cars  —  
  • San Francisco Chronicle:  The Surprisingly Violent Story of How the Trucking Lobby Killed Fair Prices for Great Diesel Cars  —  
  • ARLnow:  Mobility Lab Alumni Launch Transit Info Service  —  
  • Sustainatlanta:  As More Urbanization Occurs, Suburban Atlanta Should Take Notes From Other Regions  —  
  • Census Counterparts (PDF):  Kurt Raschke Volunteers for Mobility Lab During Government Shutdown (page 4)  —  
  • NeoNiche Strategies:  Highlight Reel from Ray LaHood’s Recent Speech  —  
  • Learning Social Media:  FAST Potomac Yard Helping Community Save Big Money on Transportation  —  
  • The Transit Wire:  Mobility Lab Has Set Up a Demo Site for OneBusAway  —  
  • After Market Leads:  Former Secretary of Transportation LaHood Outlines His View of Future Transportation Systems in U.S., Calls for 10-Cent Boost in Gasoline Tax  —  
  • Street Insider:  Major Shifts Predicted for the Future of Transportation in America, Says Former DOT Secretary  —  
  • Watch List News:  Major Shifts Predicted for the Future of Transportation in America, Says Former DOT Secretary  —  
  • One News Page:  Major Shifts Predicted for the Future of Transportation in America, Says Former DOT Secretary  —  
  • Digital Journal:  Major Shifts Predicted for the Future of Transportation in America, Says Former DOT Secretary  —  
  • PRWeb:  Major Shifts Predicted for the Future of Transportation in America, Says Former DOT Secretary  —  
  • UrbOrb -- Comprehensive Development and Planning:  The Future of Transportation in America, With Ray LaHood  —  
  • Green Car Congress:  Former Secretary of Transportation LaHood Outlines His View of Future Transportation Systems in U.S., Calls for 10-Cent Boost in Gasoline Tax  —  
  • TedEytan.com:  Now Reading: The Obesity Paradox — should lack of physical fitness be considered a medical emergency?  —  
  • The Economist:  How Do Bike-sharing Schemes Shape Cities?  —  
  • CNNMoney:  Chamber of Commerce: Raise Gas Tax to Fix Roads  —  
  • Washington Business Journal:  Empty Spaces: New Apartment Developments Need Plenty of Parking, Right? An Arlington County Study Suggests Otherwise  —  
  • Washington Business Journal:  Thumbs Down for A&R’s Huntington Metro Project From Fairfax Planners  —  
  • POLITICO:  Remember Ray?  —  
  • ARLnow:  Study: Arlington Could Cut Back on Parking Spaces  —  
  • The Hill:  LaHood: Rise Gas Tax by 10 Cents Per Gallon  —  
  • Future of Everything:  LaHood Offers Suggestions for “the Future of Transportation in America”  —  
  • George Mason:  The Future of Transportation in America  —  
  • WAMU 88.5 FM:  As Arlington Gets Denser, Planners Study How to Right-Size Parking Lots  —  
  • Transport Topics:  Fuel Tax Should Rise 10 Cents, Says Former Transportation Secretary LaHood  —  
  • Tax Analysts:  Former Transportation Secretary Advocates Gas Tax Increase  —  
  • WAMU 88.5 FM:  Former Transportation Secretary Calls on Congress to Raise Gas Tax  —  
  • Virginia Deal Daddy:  People First: The Future of Transportation in America, with Ray LaHood  —  
  • Arlington Sun Gazette:  People First: The Future of Transportation in America, with Ray LaHood  —  
  • Radio Slot Network:  A Call for Traffic Data to Improve Our Transportation Systems  —  
  • Radio Slot Network:  Arlington’s Local Transportation Data Helps Others Nationwide  —  
  • Young Professionals in Transportation:  DC Event Alert: Former U.S. DOT Secretary LaHood to Speak at Mobility Lab  —  
  • Mission Inn Riverside:  Mobility Lab is Thrilled to Announce an Event with Former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood  —  
  • Bulldog Reporter:  GreenSmith PR Launches to Leverage Environmental Stewardship and Corporate Social Responsibility  —  
  • TedEytan.com:  Lunch At the Lab: Kaiser Permanente’s Vision for Healthy Transportation  —  
  • Smart Growth America:  D.C. Options Highlighted at “Transportation in the City”  —  
  • ElevationDC:  #TranspoInTheCity: We’re Making Progress, But We Still Have a Long Road Ahead  —  
  • POLITICO:  CaBi range, a Tool for Capital Bikeshare  —  
  • Informed Infrastructure:  Mobility Lab Designs App to Improve Capital Bikeshare Experience  —  
  • Richmond Times Dispatch:  Bike Lessons From Europe for Richmond, Virginia  —  
  • The Washingtonian:  New Mapping Tool Makes Planning Capital Bikeshare Trips Easier  —  
  • Washington City Paper:  How Far Can Bikeshare Take You in 30 Minutes?  —  
  • Washington Post:  Lunch At the Lab: Living Near Work: More Affordable Than You Think  —  
  • i4u News:  Congestion Isn’t Just About Highways  —  
  • Los Angeles Transportation Headlines:  Congestion Isn’t Just About Highways  —  
  • Washington City and Press:  Congestion Isn’t Just About Highways  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Congestion Isn’t Just About Highways  —  
  • Computer Wizard:  DC-Area Transit Agencies Must Improve Service Through Technology  —  
  • Transportation Communications Newsletter:  DC-Area Transit Agencies Must Improve Service Through Technology  —  
  • PR Week:  GreenSmith PR Launches With Focus on Sustainability  —  
  • The Alliance for Housing Solutions:  Save These Dates  —  
  • Washington Area Bicyclists Association :  This Week in Bike Reads  —  
  • Washington Post:  paper edition): Arlington’s Mobility Lab Receives Transportation Award  —  
  • Arlington Sun Gazette:  Government’s “Mobility Lab” Wins Honor  —  
  • Ag Information Network:  David Sparks Interviews Michael Schade About the Market Mapper  —  
  • ARLNow:  Mobility Lab Wins Award  —  
  • Arlington Sun Gazette:  Government “Mobility Lab” Wins Honor  —  
  • Arlington County Newsroom:  Arlington’s Mobility Lab Wins Association for Commuter Transportation’s Top Award  —  
  • LidTime:  Eating Your Way Through Summer  —  
  • InTheCapital:  TransitScreen Wants to Keep D.C. Transportation Running On Time  —  
  • PlanIt Metro:  Visualization of Metrorail Station Activity  —  
  • L.A. Transportation Headlines:  Video: Europes’s First Free Public Transportation City  —  
  • Run the Line:  London by Bikeshare is a Civilized Experience  —  
  • The Voice of Agriculture (American Farm Bureau Federation):  There’s an App For That: Finding Farmers’ Markets  —  
  • AgWired:  Find Farmers Markets With Market Mapper App  —  
  • Coalition for Smarter Growth:  Is Washington D.C. a Walkable and Bikable City? These People Say It Is  —  
  • Care2:  How Do Bicyclists and Pedestrians Get Equal Rights in America?  —  
  • Radio Slot Network:  Data Palooza Helps USDOT Plan for Our Transportation Future  —  
  • The Transit Wire:  Visualization Shows Nine Years of Metro Ridership  —  
  • Denton (Maryland) News:  Pedestrian and Cyclist Rights Are a Horse of a Different Color  —  
  • PlanItMetro:  Visualization of Nine Years of Metro Ridership  —  
  • Transportation Research Board:  Use of Electronic Passenger Information Signage in Transit (Mobility Lab section begins on page 46)  —  
  • Delmarva News:  Pedestrian and Cyclist Rights Are a Horse of a Different Color  —  
  • Pulsar Advertising:  On Bikesharing & Caring About Our Commute  —  
  • Car-Free Diet:  Reflecting on Five Years of the Car-Free Lifestyle  —  
  • Washington Post:  With Bike Sharing, New York Tries to Keep Up With D.C. But First It Must Deal With New York  —  
  • The Transport Industry Daily:  Shopping is 45 Percent of U.S. Miles Traveled, Study Finds  —  
  • Washington City Paper:  Rolling Around  —  
  • Bethesda Now:  Capital Bikeshare Survey Says Bikeshare Users Are Healthier, Make Trips They Wouldn’t Have Otherwise Made  —  
  • POLITICO Morning Transportation:  Biking Bigger, Better  —  
  • Patch:  Capital Bikeshare Member Benefits Detailed in New Reports  —  
  • Energy Central:  Secretary LaHood Lauds Capital Bikeshare as Pioneer: Bikeshare Option Saves Members $17 Million  —  
  • WJLA ABC7:  Tour de D.C.  —  
  • DCist:  Capital Bikeshare: Good for Wallet, Good for Body  —  
  • Exotic Travel:  Capital Bikeshare’s Data Dive  —  
  • DC Streetsblog:  and San Francisco Streetsblog): Capital Bikeshare Members Reduced Their Driving 4.4 Million Miles Per Year  —  
  • WAMU 88.5 NPR:  Capital Bikeshare Encourages New Trips, Saves Users Money on Travel  —  
  • Greater Greater Washington:  Bikeshare and Better Health Go Together  —  
  • DCist:  Capital Bikeshare Riders Saving Decent Money on Transportation, But Demographically Bland  —  
  • Washington City Paper:  Capital Bikeshare Riders: Younger, Whiter, More Male Than D.C. Average  —  
  • WNYC/Transportation Nation:  Capital Bikeshare’s Data Dive: Users Drive Less, Save Money, and Don’t Mirror D.C.’s Demographics  —  
  • WTOP:  Capital Bikeshare Has Never Had a Fatal Injury — BikeArlington’s Chris Eatough  —  
  • WTOP:  Capital Bikeshare Helps to Drive Local Economies  —  
  • Washington Examiner:  Surveys: many Bikeshare Riders Wouldn’t Have Driven  —  
  • Control Group:  Just in Time Transit  —  
  • Global Workplace Analytics:  “Telehealth:” The Elderly Equivalent to Telework  —  
  • Monday Campaigns:  Walking on Mondays Looks Like a Healthy, Smart Business Strategy  —  
  • Patch:  Local Voice Contributors to Check Out  —  
  • Patch:  Study: Business Leaders Give High Marks to Transportation System in Arlington  —  
  • TedEytan.com:  Transportation and Health: A Tour of the Future  —  
  • Capitol Communicator:  MAMS Insight: PR in a Social World  —  
  • Pop Culture Lunch Box:  How Does Social Media Fit in to Traditional Public Relations?  —  
  • Speakerbox:  PR in a Social World — A Mid-America Marketing Summit Recap  —  
  • Price Tags:  More Evidence of Peak Car: Arlington is Booming and Traffic Remains Fantastically at 1970s Levels  —  
  • DCist:  Bikeshare Broke Ridership Record Again on Saturday with First Five-Digit Day  —  
  • Patch:  Arlington Support of Regional Transit Projects Key to Job Growth  —  
  • An Urbanist in Paris:  Show Me the Data! or Stuff I’ve Read About Velib, Part 4 of 4  —  
  • Insurance Broadcasting:  Transportation Solutions Presented to Guide Seniors Through Driving Retirement  —  
  • ARLNow:  Event Examines Seniors’ Transportation Needs  —  
  • DCist:  Capital Bikeshare Had Its Biggest Day Ever Tuesday  —  
  • Ralph Buehler:  New Blog Entry for Mobility Lab  —  
  • Senior Navigator:  Mobility Lab Symposium — Transportation Solutions for Aging in Auto-centric America  —  
  • Association of Commuter Transportation e-news:  Bike, Walk, and Transit Mean Business  —  
  • City-Data.com:  Rossyln-Ballston Corridor Increased Density, Yet Had Less Traffic Congestion  —  
  • Sustainable Cities Collective:  Incentives to Make Public Transportation More Appealing  —  
  • ARLNow:  Arlington ‘Avoiding D.C.’s Traffic Nightmare’  —  
  • Sovereign Buckhead:  Compare Driving, Walking, Biking, and Transit Travel Times in Buckhead  —  
  • Urban Times:  Incentives to Make Public Transportation More Appealing  —  
  • Frrole – The Social Newspaper:  How Arlington Is Avoiding D.C.’s Traffic Nightmare  —  
  • Northern Virginia Magazine:  How Arlington Is Avoiding D.C.’s Traffic Nightmare  —  
  • Transportation Nation:  How a D.C. Suburb Avoided the Capital’s Traffic Nightmare  —  
  • WAMU 88.5 NPR:  How Arlington Is Avoiding D.C.’s Traffic Nightmare  —  
  • TedEytan.com:  Hacking Community Walking Data with the Arlington, Virginia Mobility Lab  —  
  • Mystery Incorporated:  Voronoi Diagram of CaBi Stations  —  
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