Special Issue on Transportation
How social trends and transportation technology can create more livable cities. Peter Carter and Jerry Walters explain in Planning Practice. Craig Casper provides a sidebar.
James Krohe Jr. buzzes around town with e-hailing services.
Elegant and exciting? Yes, a few new parking garages are going in that direction, says Jeffrey Spivak.
A lot has happened since APA published The High Cost of Free Parking. Steffen Turoff and Carolyn H. Krasnow report.
Jon Davis keeps track of speedy buses throughout the nation. Sarah Chase Shaw highlights Colorado's BRT.
When is a transportation project not solely a transportation project? Always, says David Fields. With an update on Seattle by Mark Hinshaw.
Adapted stadium, energy finance.
Check-cashing ban, older mobile homes.
Statistics in the news, compiled by APA's Research Department. This month: commuting.
Tim Beatley makes a pitch for soundscapes.
Micro apartments, stay nonpartisan.
Walking the walk, biking the routes.
New reports, blogs, videos, etc.
Sisterhood Is Still Powerful
Cover: Bertha, the SR 99 tunneling machine, will begin her journey beneath Seattle in this pit. Photo courtesy WSDOT.