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Tracking Bicycle Trips
Tracking Bicycle Trips
Millions of dollars go into bike plans and separated cycletracks each year around the world. These investments are intended to make city streets safer for cyclists in the hope that more of them will exchange their car keys for a ...
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Green City Video Contest at the National Building Museum
Green City Video Contest at the National Building Museum
The “Great Green Places” film project is a series of short web-based documentaries designed to augment the Green Community exhibition at the National Building Museum. The series aims to provide a decoder ring to the general public on what makes ...
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Current project funded by stimulus money in Laurel, Maryland.
US DOT Secretary Ray LaHood at Brookings on Infrastructure
I just returned from a Brookings Institution event on infrastructure investment, economic growth, and jobs. The talk included a great cast of academics, politicians, transportation officials and journalists. This came just two days after President Obama’s high-profile jobs speech at ...
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Can Maryland Curb the Red Dots?
Can Maryland Curb the Red Dots?
What’s the state of Maryland’s Jerseyfication? I pulled these two great images off of a Maryland Department of Planning (MDP) document called “Growth and Land Use Trends.” They both foresee Maryland’s population reaching 6.7 million people by 2030 – or ...
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Bicycle Film Festival in DC December 4-5
Bicycle Film Festival in DC December 4-5
Check out this great event coming to DC Friday and Saturday!
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On "The Specter of Condemnation" and America's Full Metropolises
The right not to have one’s property taken for purposes other than “public use” is one of the most basic rights afforded to American citizens in the US Constitution. Eminent domain helped build the public infrastructure that moves and powers ...
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