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High speed rail is coming, but where should it go?
New York’s failed plan for congestion pricing has lessons for policymakers everywhere.
Livability principles can help policymakers prioritize transit spending, especially for Bus Rapid Transit.
Taking the helm of the downtrodden city, Karen Freeman-Wilson has ambitious plans. And major hurdles.
High gas prices popped the housing bubble.
It saves commuters time and money, so why is it so unpopular?
A transportation analyst sums up how far the city has come on restructuring its transit infrastructure—and how far it has yet to go.