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HART unveils plans for rail station at Honolulu International Airport

Web Staff | khon2 The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation unveiled Wednesday designs for the Honolulu rail system’s station at Honolulu International Airport. The future station site will be built along Ala Auana Street between the overseas and international parking... Continue Reading →

Connecticut Looks To Add Another Train Station In Bridgeport

Daily Voice FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Commuters should have more options -- and more places to park -- when Metro-North adds a new Fairfield County train station in Bridgeport on its New Haven Line by 2018, Gov. Dannel Malloy announced... Continue Reading →

Can public transit grow, and New Orleans grow with it?

Richard Rainey | The Times Magazine Street is bustling, with its coveted storefronts and crowded sidewalks. Buses along this Uptown corridor come about every 19 minutes, or sooner during rush hour. In the Upper 9th Ward, the shuttered Club Desire, once a... Continue Reading →

As Texas Traffic Forecasts Worsen, Some Worry of a Drag on State Economy

The Texas Tribune Among America’s biggest cities, Houston has emerged as a national leader in job growth since the recession, spurred by a low cost of living and a booming energy industry. Bob Harvey, president of the Greater Houston Partnership,... Continue Reading →

Massachusetts boosting rents for yacht, boat clubs

Colman M Herman | CommonWealth State officials are trying to put their property management practices in order, preparing to charge 31 yacht and boat clubs more for the public lands they are leasing and possibly taking one deadbeat yacht club to... Continue Reading →

Yes, Full-Service Transit Can Work. Just Look at Lemon Grove in San Diego.

Mary Sessom - Mayor of Lemon Grove | At least one official has publicly emphasized the need for more basic services along the trolley lines. The sense conveyed is that this can’t be remedied without extensive studies or a significant shifting of... Continue Reading →

Denver plots out strategy to kick off boom near transit stations

Jon Murray | The Denver Post A new transit station planned for 38th and Blake streets in Denver has the potential to transform the industrial area into a vibrant urban community, neighborhood and city leaders say. But there are a lot... Continue Reading →

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