News Tagged With: walkability
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August 29, 2013

Greater D.C. residents want more transit

The TPB survey, conducted during the process of creating a Regional Transportation Priorities Plan, contacted 10,000 randomly selected people in 13 cities and counties in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia to ask them what their transportation challenges were on a day-to-day basis.


August 22, 2013

TOD tips offered by U. of Minn. report

A key finding revealed a pent-up demand for transit access in the Twin Cities metropolitan region. Suggestions for encouraging TOD included fostering collaboration between groups that already have shown an interest in transit-accessible locations.


April 11, 2013

Report: Equitable TOD creates better communities

Identifies the systemic challenges of developing and financing equitable TOD projects and offers concrete national and regional capital and policy ideas to grow the sector.


October 1, 2012

Students, officials debate Boston U. weekend shuttle service

Althought students would like to use service to get to events and commute during inclement weather, demand during weekend days is too low to justify the financial and environmental costs.


June 19, 2012

Minn. conducts walkability survey for light rail

St. Paul and Minneapolis residents will map, evaluate and score the walk from their homes to future Central Corridor light rail stations.


April 26, 2012

Walkability website ranks transit access in U.S. cities

New York; San Francisco; Boston; and Washington, D.C. top the list, while cities such as Houston; San Diego; Las Vegas; and Columbus, Ohio are among the cities in the bottom half of the ranking.


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