The price of emission allowances is rising steadily, and is well above the government-set floor price. The cap-and-trade market seems quite stable.
Lots of great examples that can inspire livability improvements all over - from open streets to BRT to bike-share to highly walkable streets
City business groups are forming a coalition to urge Congress and the president to fund transportation projects.
Two dynamics are at work for Latinos — and both have negative effects.
L.A.’s Union Station aims to reinvent itself, again (LA Times) Can the U.S. curb gas cars? (Curbed) CA High-Speed Rail Authority sues Trump administration over funding (Governing) Oakland: Privatizing the public boom (Places) There’s a battle in San Diego over the future of the area’s transportation system (Voice of San Diego) Blue-collar workers do better […]
There are, as always, far more projects applying than there is money for. A complete list of projects here.