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August 12, 2014

Study: Offering free parking limits usage of alternative transportation modes

The lure of free office parking is so great that it actually entices some commuters into their cars and away from public transportation, cycling and walking a new analysis of commuter benefits programs in Washington, D.C. found.


January 6, 2014

Monorail connecting Texas Tech, downtown possible, developer says

Delbert McDougal, whose contract was recently extended by the City Council, has a plan that would increase Tech’s presence in the district and add student housing and accommodations for several thousand people living downtown.


November 4, 2013

Brown U. expansion includes comprehensive transportation plan

Intent is to rely on several modes of transportation as it expands into the Jewelry District, including pedestrian and bicycles, to maintain the intimate, walkable feel of College Hill.


July 22, 2013

Penn. St. bike path project wins award

The city of Altoona, through the Department of Transportation's Pennsylvania Community Transportation Initiative, was awarded $300,000 to install the path between the Ivyside and downtown campuses for safety purposes and to promote walking and biking as alternative means of transportation.


August 31, 2010

Mobis Transportation to open Ore. bike transit center

Located in the recently completed Hillsboro, Ore. Intermodal Transit Facility one block from Tri-Met's Blue MAX transit line, Bikestation Hillsboro will provide members with electronically secure indoor bicycle parking, showers, restrooms, lockers, a bicycle self-repair stand with tools and transit information.


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