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FHWA recently posted online, “A Performance-Based Approach to Addressing Greenhouse Gas Emissions through Transportation Planning.” This practitioner handbook is intended to serve as a resource for State DOTs and MPOs interested in addressing GHG emissions through performance-based planning and programming (PBPP). Building on related resources addressing PBPP and mobile source emissions analysis, the handbook describes the …Read more →
How does your state stack up on bicycling and walking? Today, we are releasing Bicycling and Walking in the United States: 2014 Benchmarking Report, a massive compendium of data on bicycling and walking in all 50 states, the 52 largest U.S. cities, and a select number of midsized cities. The Alliance produces the Benchmarking Report every …Read more →
Excellent article explaining when road-diets are appropriate, with respect to volume and congestion, and citing before and after results from the addition of bike lanes: http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/bike-lanes-dont-cause-traffic-jams-if-youre-smart-about-where-you-build-them/ Bike Lanes Don’t Cause Traffic Jams If You’re Smart About Where You Build Them By Gretchen Johnson and Aaron Johnson April 11, 2014
A newly launched site, Miami Geographic explores the intersection Miami’s space, time, nature, and society. It is a generalist blog about Miami, with a foci on historical-geographical change, nature-society relations, urban political ecology, and some cartography/geo-visualizations. Check out and follow the MiamiGeographic website and ‘like’ its corresponding Facebook page.
Tomorrow, Saturday the 12th, the Friends of the M-PATH will be meeting outside at Panther Coffee, in Wynwood. At 9:30 am, members who chose to will depart the café and ride together over to the M-Path and then head south along the trail. Friends are welcome to travel at their own pace and come and go as …Read more →