Posts tagged with 'Intermodality'
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São Paulo Bike Parking: Mauá and More!
São Paulo Bike Parking: Mauá and More!
In 2001 Adilson Alcantara, manager of the Mauá CPTM (Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos) train station in the greater São Paulo region was faced with a challenge: What to do with the hundreds of bicycles precariously and haphazardly chained to ...
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In Denmark, Bikes Have a Seat on Some Trains
In Denmark, Bikes Have a Seat on Some Trains
Taking your bike on public transit can be a huge hassle, or often, not an option at all. Specially designed accommodations for bicyclists are usually severely limited, and on certain bus, train and metro systems, bikes are only allowed on ...
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"Naked Streets" Without Traffic Lights Improve Flow and Safety
“Naked Streets” Without Traffic Lights Improve Flow and Safety
Portishead is a coastal town in England about 120 miles west of London. The town of 22,000 people experimented with turning its traffic lights off on a major road in September 2009. Despite the traffic chaos, the streets still seemed ...
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Snowstorm Erases Pedestrian Connections in D.C. – Again
Snowstorm Erases Pedestrian Connections in D.C. – Again
Washington, D.C. does a pretty good job of plowing major roads after snowstorms. However, sidewalks and crosswalks are a different story. A little background: I live in the District because I wanted to live in a place where I didn’t ...
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DDOT Unveils Union Station Intermodal Study
DDOT Unveils Union Station Intermodal Study
Last night, DDOT presented the Final Draft of its Union Station Intermodal Transportation Center Feasibility Study, the culmination of an 18-month effort by the Department and its partners to assess possible improvements to the functionality of DC’s most critical transportation ...
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Tracking Transportation Funds
Tracking Transportation Funds
The stimulus package, known formally as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, has raised hopes but also concerns about its potential effects on sustainable transportation. Will enough funds be allocated to transportation and energy projects? And will it ...
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