Over the last decade, complete streets have been firmly established with urban planners, biking, transit and health advocates as a central tenet to improved access and safety on roads largely built for the convenience of cars.
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Like many families, we took a trip over spring break. We made part of our plan to reduce both personal and environmental costs in our choice of transportation modes.
Last week, we wrote about the communities in Northeast Ohio that have the best and worst carbon footprints. It did reveal some notable trends like how income, density and distance from the central city determine how the region stacks (and pollutes) up. Today, we look at what can be done about it. What are we as individuals capable of doing to...
Northeast Ohioans drive their vehicles 20,592 miles per year—just under par with the rest of America at 21,377 vehicle miles traveled (VMT) per year.
It appears that her "you could either get it gloriously right or horribly wrong," warning issued by Harriet Tregoning, principal deputy assistant secretary for community development at HUD, has created space for healthy dialogue about the $331 million “opportunity corridor” road project and its intentions.
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- Transit incentives really do work especially in dense urban areas. Cleveland? https://t.co/Ik6FRCLDn2
about 23 hours ago via Twitter
- Extinction is not failure @goCMNH curator Gavin Svenson tells @UH_Ventures #Biomimicry for Healthcare. We have a we? https://t.co/PFWU90Wt1c
a day ago via Twitter
- Wait, did we just read that Greater Cleveland?s Transportation agency @NOACA_MPO is going to listen to a ?flying ca? https://t.co/asTVU5FU1f
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