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One Solution to Car-Dependency: Have Non-Drivers Plan Our Transportation Systems

Next City

Anna Zivarts says it’s time for transportation planners to include them in decision-making. One-third of Americans don’t have a driver’s license.

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What should the program for a Transportation Management District look like?

Rebuilding Place in Urban Space

Transportation Demand Management programming The reality is, especially in a place like Salt Lake, most people drive. The idea is that intra-district transportation, especially by SFH residents, could be shifted to shuttles rather than by car. Go to the grocery store, bring back your purchases, without driving.

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How Transportation Can Drive Economic Mobility

NLC (National League of Cities)

As local leaders look to increase the economic mobility of their residents and reduce poverty in their communities, a key emerging area to address is transportation.

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The best and worst states for green, equitable transportation

GCN

A new ranking looks at how well states are directing money from the infrastructure law to improve equity and climate outcomes in their transportation networks.

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What kind of transportation future do we want?

GCN

COMMENTARY | Autonomous vehicles should be thoughtfully integrated into a balanced transportation system that also accommodates pedestrians, transit riders and cyclists.

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$1.5 billion now available in federal transportation grants

GCN

A variety of road, transit, rail and trail projects are eligible for funding under the Transportation Department’s popular RAISE program.

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Lackluster revenues force Maryland to trim transportation services

GCN

Wes Moore promised to promote equity and climate goals with transportation, but now his administration has to scale back on basic services.