"True regional planning has been the elusive goal of many generations of Bay Area planners. While the region boasts some great successes – saving the Bay, preserving the greenbelt and the building of BART – we still struggle to adequately manage regional land use. This symposium will trace the current state of regional planning, and […]
The South Carolina Department of Transportation is sometimes still familiarly known as the “highway department.” That was, in fact, the agency’s proper title until 1977, when it was changed by order of the general assembly to the Department of Highways and Public Transportation. In many ways, though, the old name still fits. In the 2009-10 […]
Roads like Charleston’s Savannah Highway are a common sight across America: a suburban arterial marked by high-speeds, dangerous pedestrian crossings and depressing aesthetics. A five-lane strip of asphalt surrounded by used car dealerships and motels, it’s heavy on parking and curb cuts, light on crosswalks and trees. Like many streets of this type, Savannah Highway […]
"The symposium is being organized by the Local Government Commission with participation from the Sacramento Complete Streets Coalition and funded by the Sacramento County Metropolitan Air Quality Management District."
From Transform: Sponsored by the Intelligent Transportation Society of America Link for more information: http://www.itsa.org/events/smartparkingsymposium For the first time, ITSA is bringing its Smart Parking Symposium to the West Coast. This event will cover the latest in smart parking technology, its application in the public space and the environmental and economic impact on the municipalities […]
The California Transportation Commission (CTC) and Caltrans will co-host the first-ever, two-day symposium to share information and network about active transportation issues.