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April 2014

The nuts and bolts of CTFastrak

Scott Whipple | New Britain Herald NEW BRITAIN — More than 150 people got the opportunity Wednesday night to learn everything they’ve always wanted to know about CTFastrak but were not afraid to ask.Connecticut’s bus rapid transit system is scheduled to begin operations in March... Continue Reading →

How parking data drives urban planning

Patrick Marshall | GCN The relationship between population density, parking spaces and public transit availability is a critical one for planners, developers and, yes, apartment hunters. Thanks to a $1.2 million grant from the Federal Highway Administration, residents and city... Continue Reading →

A Glimpse Into 2050 And The Invasion Of 2.5 Million More Utahns

Eric S. Peterson | City Weekly Imagine your life as it exists now. Waking up, walking the pooch in the morning, commuting to work, slugging through the day and coming home after stopping by the store on your way back.... Continue Reading →

The CTA Wants Transit Oriented Developments Near Belmont Station

AJ LaTrace | Chicago Curbed The CTA has been a roll lately with major station repair and improvement projects, but nothing had people scratching their heads more than last week's announcement of its Red & Purple Modernization Program which includes... Continue Reading →

California Shows Residents the Greenhouse Gas Money

Carolyn Whetzel | Bloomberg BNA Revenue from California's greenhouse gas emissions trading program would be used as a permanent source of funding for affordable housing, water efficiency projects and a variety of transportation projects, including high-speed rail, under a new... Continue Reading →

Mindboggling Tubular Tower Transit Hub Imagined for Queens

Jessica Dailey | NY Curbed Behold, the most exciting and completely insane thing ever proposed for Queens: the Urban Alloy Towers. This sea creature-like mass of tubular towers comes from the minds of Chad Kellogg and Matt Bowles of AMLGM.... Continue Reading →

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