Recently I was in Seattle and took in a tourist attraction, the Seattle Underground. I was a little skeptical at first, because I thought
Success in going green will require failures first, as it did in the development of information technology.
Bob Criss doesn’t claim to walk on water, but on a walk over the water, he has a lot to say about current [pun
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The Midwest High Speed Rail Association (MHSRA) advocates for fast, frequent and dependable trains linking the entire Midwest. The MHSRA website lists compelling arguments why
In a move that invites all manner of bad puns, Amtrak has begun testing the first train to operate solely on bio-diesel fuel. The
Aaron Renn is an opinion-leading urban analyst on a mission to help America’s cities thrive and find sustainable success in the 21st century. His
Opportunity is knocking on St. Louis’ front door. The fiftieth anniversary of the completion of the Gateway Arch (2015), and plans for a new
In March, Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood announced that the government is going to give bicycling and walking the same importance as automobiles in
Nine European nations are banding together to make a $40 billion investment in a forward-thinking, super-grid to supply Europe’s future energy needs. The project