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High Speed Rail: Considerations for a Future in the U.S. - ideas + buildings
While there are many lessons we can learn from Europe, the unique culture, history and physical attributes of U.S. cities require tailored strategies. Here are three to consider...
high-speed-rail  infrastructure  transportation  Around-the-web  this-week-439 
october 2018 by areadevelopment
Sears, which helped shape a nation's shopping habits, was also a pioneer of the reverse commute - Chicago Tribune
Sears was not the first big company to set up camp in a suburban office park — Motorola, Ameritech, Siemens and Pfizer had all gone before it. But it was one of the largest, and the move from downtown prompted innovations in regional transportation planning.
corporate-headquarters  sears  chicago  suburbs  urban-planning  transportation  workforce-mobility  Around-the-web  this-week-439 
october 2018 by areadevelopment
This Is The Innovative Component Every City Needs - Forbes
Since the Great Recession, cities across the U.S. have struggled not only to rebound but to grow — and entrepreneurs in those cities have felt the sting as well.
this-week-434  Around-the-web  Matt  cities  urban-planning  urban-revitalization  entrepreneurship  innovation  transportation 
august 2018 by areadevelopment
Can this new privately funded train reshape transit in Florida? - Fast Company
Most transit in America is run by the government. In car-swamped south Florida, Brightline is trying a different model, with its high-speed trains that will eventually connect Miami, Orlando, and Fort Lauderdale.
this-week-424  Around-the-web  Matt  Florida  south-atlantic  transportation  transportation-industry 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
Ports Off to Strong Start in 2018, but Expansion Needed, Experts Say - Transport Topics
For now, the ports and dray truckers are holding their own regarding moving cargo by operating more efficiently. But officials caution many ports may be about to reach the physical limits of their capacity to expand.
transportation  logistics  global-supply-chain  ports  Around-the-web  this-week-419 
april 2018 by areadevelopment
The Sharing Economy's Love-Hate Relationship With Cities - CityLab
Most municipalities have abandoned their efforts to resist the Ubers and Airbnbs of the world. But there’s a lot both sides can do to heal the rift.
this-week-412  cities  Metros  transportation  sharting-economy  uber  economic-development  quality-of-life  urban-planning 
february 2018 by areadevelopment
Choke Point of a Nation: The High Cost of an Aging River Lock - The New York Times
A symbol of America’s ailing infrastructure, Lock No. 52 on the Ohio River is responsible for a shipping bottleneck that hobbles commerce far and wide.
infrastructure  inland-ports  transportation  freight-logistics  supply-chain  Around-the-web  this-week-371-top  inland-waterways 
november 2016 by areadevelopment
How will autonomous vehicles change American cities? - JLL Real Views
Once viewed as something out of a science fiction movie, autonomous vehicles are now seen as inevitable – and North American cities are embracing the new technology.
autonomous-vehicles  automotive-industry  urban-planning  supply-chain  infrastructure  transportation  Around-the-web  this-week-371 
november 2016 by areadevelopment
Location Notebook: Tennessee A Growing Hub for Logistics - Area Development
With an already powerful industry cluster and a strong multimodal transportation infrastructure, Tennessee’s transportation / distribution / logistics sector continues to add jobs and investment.
tennesee  south  logistics  infrastructure  supply-chain  intermodal  transportation  distribution  jobs  manufacturing 
october 2016 by areadevelopment
CIO Doug McCollough Talks about the impact of digital transformation on cities, residents and businesses - City of Dublin
n an interview with theCube at the Juniper Nxtwork 2016 Summit in Santa Clara, California, The City of Dublin’s CIO Doug McCollough said the impact of digital transformation results in a competitive advantage for citizens.
this-week-365  Around-the-web  transportation  urban-planning  public-private-partnerships  ohio  midwest  quality-of-life 
october 2016 by areadevelopment
Front Line: “Smart Cities” Use Technology & Data to Improve Citizens’ Lives - Area Development
The DOT has awarded a grant to Columbus, Ohio, so that the city can employ numerous “smart mobility” technologies that will help improve citizens’ lives, with the added benefit of showcasing the city to the tech community.
area-development-features  Matt  transportation  technology  data  urban-planning  Metros  smart-cities 
september 2016 by areadevelopment
Hedge Fund, Meet Highway - strategy+business
New investments in infrastructure by private asset managers are changing the way the world finances its cities, power systems, and transportation links.
infrastructure  transportation  capital-access  energy  logistics  Around-the-web  this-week-359 
july 2016 by areadevelopment
Self-Driving Vehicles, Robo-Taxis, and the Urban Mobility Revolution - bcg.perspectives
It promises to be the most far-reaching advance in mobility since the invention of the automobile itself, but its biggest impact won’t be felt on the highway. Cities are where self-driving vehicles (SDVs, which are also known as autonomous vehicles) are most likely to fundamentally change—for the better—how people live, work, and, of course, get around.
transportation  automotive-industry  infrastructure  logistics  urban-planning  Around-the-web  self-driving-vehicles  this-week-358 
july 2016 by areadevelopment
Can a wonky urban renewal competition help save the American city? - The Washington Post
The public-private effort reflects a surge of similar ambitions elsewhere. Cities across the country, with a nudge from Washington, are trying to remake themselves by taking an expansive view of the role of transportation in their civic lives.
urban-planning  urban-revitalization  Around-the-web  Matt  transportation 
june 2016 by areadevelopment
To Fix America’s Infrastructure, Local Economies Need to Be Saved First - Route Fifty
While fixing roads and bridges is useful and can provide a temporary boost, it’s not sufficient to revive local economies or maintain infrastructure in the future.
infrastructure  transportation  economic-development  economic-analysis  Around-the-web  this-week-346 
march 2016 by areadevelopment
ULX: Beyond Car-Dependent Buildings - Urban Land Magazine
The siting, design, and programming of buildings can encourage or discourage people from using public transit and other alternatives to the automobile. For example, placing housing near grocery stores and other neighborhood-serving retail outlets reduces the need for trips made by car. Giving apartment dwellers handy, secure bike storage makes owning a bike much simpler, and providing affordable housing in prime spots close to multiple transit lines grants access to those who need affordable means of travel the most.
facility-planning  transportation  sustainable-development  urban-planning  office-design  architecture  Around-the-web  this-week-343 
february 2016 by areadevelopment
Canada Cartage Opens Regional Hub At CentrePort In Winnipeg, Manitoba - Area Development
Canada Cartage opened its new regional hub at CentrePort Canada today – an expanded, eight-acre operation that includes a 46,000-square-foot facility with office space, cross dock capabilities and fleet maintenance services in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  Matt  manitoba  western-canada  centreport  logistics  supply-chain  location-canada  canada  jobs  intermodal  transportation 
february 2016 by areadevelopment
Congress quietly moves NAFTA superhighway corridors forward in FAST Act -
Tucked into the 1,300-page federal highway bill, ‘Fixing America’s Surface Transportation’ Act, or FAST Act, that passed at the end of 2015, Congress quietly advanced several corridors of the NAFTA superhighway system, like Interstate-11. The interstate will connect Phoenix to Las Vegas and will ultimately run from Nogales, Arizona to northeast Washington State, establishing key trade corridors from Mexico to Canada.
NAFTA  highways  transportation  infrastructure  business-globalization  government-policy  FAST-act  canada  mexico  Around-the-web  this-week-340 
february 2016 by areadevelopment
FedEx Ground Plans Distribution Hub In Baltimore, Maryland - Area Development
FedEx Ground, the small-package ground delivery unit of FedEx Corp., plans to locate a new 300,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art distribution facility at the new Tradepoint Atlantic global logistics center at Sparrows Point in Baltimore, Maryland.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  Matt  baltimore  maryland  mid-atlantic  fedex  logistics  distribution-facility  distribution  distribution-centers  supply-chain  ecommerce  transportation  manufacturing 
january 2016 by areadevelopment
We saw the first Hyperloop tubes in the desert - CNN Money
Hyperloop Technologies has begun work on a Hyperloop test track, the futuristic transportation system envisioned by Elon Musk
this-week-338  Around-the-web  Matt  elon-musk  high-tech  tech  technology  electric-vehicle  tesla  Nevada  mountain-states  automotive-industry  advanced-technology  transportation 
january 2016 by areadevelopment
Bipartisan highway bill offers hope for infrastructure - TheHill
Congress has displayed an eagerness and a commitment to the creation of a bipartisan, bicameral, multi-year bill and bypassed partisan politics, indicating a real change in Congress and, we hope, a real change in American infrastructure.
transportation  government-policy  infrastructure  2015-transportation-bill  Around-the-web  this-week-334  opinion 
december 2015 by areadevelopment
Senate sends Ex-Im renewal to Obama's desk - TheHill
The Export-Import Bank is alive.  

Renewal of the 81-year-old institution's charter was included in a five-year, $305 billion federal transportation measure that passed the Senate late Thursday on an 83-16 vote, only one day ahead of the expiration of the latest short-term funding patch. 
ex-im-bank  government-policy  transportation  infrastructure  Around-the-web  this-week-333  2015-transportation-bill 
december 2015 by areadevelopment
Negotiators strike deal on five-year, $305B highway bill - TheHill
House and Senate negotiators struck an agreement Tuesday on a $305 billion highway bill that would extend federal transportation funding for five years, setting up an eleventh-hour dash to win approval in both chambers.

The resulting 1,300-page bill, paid for with gas tax revenue and a package of $70 billion in offsets from other areas of the federal budget, comes just days before transportation spending is set to expire on Dec. 4.
transportation  infrastructure  government-policy  highways  2015-transportation-bill  Around-the-web  this-week-332-top 
december 2015 by areadevelopment
No Easy Solutions Funding Transformational U.S. Transit - Urban Land Magazine
Transit officials can find innovative ways to bring private capital and more efficiency to their transit projects—but partnerships with private developers are often not enough. Disasters like Hurricane Sandy, which struck New York City in late October 2012, created a huge need for repairs to and expansion of the region’s transit network. Unpredictable public funding makes it difficult to capture private investment while deferred maintenance can increase costs later.
infrastructure  transportation  government-policy  public-private-partnerships  this-week-332  Around-the-web 
november 2015 by areadevelopment
The State of U.S. Transportation Infrastructure and Its Impact on Manufacturing - Gray Construction
It is no secret that America's aging infrastructure is in dire need of attention—it’s one issue our nation’s business, economic and elected leaders find consensus on across the board. It’s obvious why a poorly maintained infrastructure is bad for manufacturing—if interstate lanes are blocked by construction for long periods of time, or the speed limit is reduced on a bridge due to structural deficiencies, it creates bottlenecks, congestion and puts a kink in delivery schedules.
infrastructure  u.s.-manufacturing  Around-the-web  this-week-331  highways  logistics  supply-chain  transportation 
november 2015 by areadevelopment
Shortage of truck drivers and air traffic controllers a challenge and opportunity for many regions - Brookings Institution
From transportation and water to trade and logistics, America’s infrastructure sector faces an enormous gap in worker hiring and retention, sorely needing a new generation to fill the shoes of an aging workforce. Collectively, more than 2.7 million workers are expected to retire or permanently leave infrastructure jobs over the next decade, threatening to hold back a variety of long-term projects but also presenting widespread economic opportunity for workers across all skill levels.
transportation-industry  logistics  infrastructure  supply-chain  skills-gap  workforce-development  this-week-327  Around-the-web  transportation 
october 2015 by areadevelopment
Bridging the Infrastructure Divides - The Innovation Files
When traditional infrastructure supporters wonder why there is so little support from voters or elected officials for increased funding, the answer should not a surprise.
infrastructure  government-policy  Around-the-web  this-week-328  transportation 
october 2015 by areadevelopment
Bonding with Infrastructure - strategy+business
Move is threaded with statistics on the human costs and consequences of a formerly world-class transportation infrastructure that is now falling apart.
public-private-partnerships  books  infrastructure  workforce-mobility  transportation  highways  government-policy  Around-the-web  this-week-327 
october 2015 by areadevelopment
Business leaders cite transportation as vital to growth - North Atlanta Business Post
Transportation will key continued business growth in north Fulton and the region, a group of business leaders told a crowd of close to 300 at the Opportunity Outlook forum Sept. 23 in Alpharetta.
infrastructure  Around-the-web  Matt  this-week-326  Georgia  south-atlantic  transportation  economic-development  Atlanta 
october 2015 by areadevelopment
Give Transportation Technology a Lift - National Journal
Steph­en Ezell and Rob Atkin­son of the In­form­a­tion Tech­no­logy and In­nov­a­tion Found­a­tion—a think tank fo­cus­ing on tech policy—have an idea that they be­lieve would im­prove U.S. in­fra­struc­ture: cre­ate a “Race to the Di­git­al Top” to pi­lot in­tel­li­gent trans­port­a­tion tech­no­logy in six cit­ies. Like its edu­ca­tion­al coun­ter­part, the pro­gram would be a com­pet­it­ive grant run by the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment.
government-policy  infrastructure  transportation  green-economy  Around-the-web  this-week-323 
september 2015 by areadevelopment
Help For Short Line Railroads Seen As Boost To Rural Oregon Economy - Jefferson Public Radio
It’s no secret that Oregon’s rural areas have lagged behind the state’s urban core in recovering from the recession of 2008. As politicians and business leaders scramble to find ways to resuscitate the sluggish rural economy, a 19th Century transportation technology makes the case that it holds part of the answer.
this-week-319  Around-the-web  Matt  oregon  pacific-states  rail  intermodal  transportation 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
How High Are Gas Taxes in Your State? - Tax Foundation
This week’s tax map takes a look at state gasoline tax rates, using data from a recent report by the American Petroleum Institute. Pennsylvania has the highest rate of 51.60 cents per gallon (cpg), and is followed closely by New York (45.99 cpg), Hawaii (45.10 cpg), and California (42.35 cpg). On the other end of the spectrum, Alaska has the lowest rate at 12.25 cpg, but New Jersey (14.50 cpg) and South Carolina (16.75 cpg) aren’t far behind. These rates do not include the additional 18.40 cent federal excise tax.
gas  taxes-incentives  cost-of-doing-business  government-policy  transportation  logistics  Around-the-web  this-week-315 
july 2015 by areadevelopment
Overpasses: A love story - Politico
With American transportation in crisis, why are we spending our money on massive new roads? An investigation of one city’s addiction to megahighways.
highways  infrastructure  transportation  wisconsin  government-policy  this-week-315  Around-the-web 
july 2015 by areadevelopment
Is Your Supply Chain Ready for the Congestion Crisis? - HBR
With growing congestion a global megatrend, companies have a choice. Either accept it (and its higher costs and lower profits) or take control of your fate with strategic, game-changing actions that cut time and costs from the supply chain.
global-supply-chain  logistics  port-congestion  seaports  highways  transportation  freight-logistics  Around-the-web  this-week-311 
june 2015 by areadevelopment
Rosabeth Moss Kanter on solving America’s infrastructure problems - Harvard Magazine
Once America was the world’s acknowledged innovator. Now we’re stuck on the way to the future—stuck in traffic, stuck in congressional gridlock, and stuck in history.
this-week-310  Around-the-web  infrastructure  transportation  competitiveness 
june 2015 by areadevelopment
Memphis as a center for infrastructure and jobs - Brookings Institution
As a global hub for trade and transportation, the metro area stands at the intersection of five major freight railroads, two interstate highways, and the Mississippi River to drive industrial growth. In addition to hundreds of warehouses and truck terminals, Memphis houses several port facilities linking a variety of global producers, consumers, and shippers in extensive value chains—led most notably by FedEx.
intermodal  supply-chain  transportation  memphis  infrastructure  Tennessee  fedex  this-week-305  Around-the-web 
may 2015 by areadevelopment
Infrastructure Week: Siemens Study Links Intelligent Infrastructure Investment to Economic Development and Job Creation - Business Wire
Study specifically evaluates broader economic impact totaling hundreds of millions of dollars in business sales and several thousand jobs through public transportation and energy efficiency building upgrades in two U.S. cities – Louisville and Salt Lake City
infrastructure  economic-development-news  STUDIES  economic-analysis  louisville  salt-lake-city  Metros  transportation  energy-efficiency  green-economy  green-facilities  this-week-305  Around-the-web 
may 2015 by areadevelopment
Louisiana doesn't have money to address road construction backlog: 3 things to know about transportation funding -
Louisiana faces a $12 billion backlog in transportation infrastructure projects. Money from the 20-cent state gas tax goes is supposed to be set aside in a state transportation trust fund to address this need. Yet a significant chunk of the fund's revenue has gone to pay for public safety functions over the past several years. Next year will be no different if the governor gets his way.
transportation  gas-tax  infrastructure  government-policy  louisiana  this-week-298  around-the-web 
march 2015 by areadevelopment
Let’s get 'shovel-ready' - St. Louis Post-Dispatch
State and federal fuel taxes provide the bulk of revenue for transportation projects in Missouri. That funding source is no longer adequate because cars have become more fuel-efficient, while the fuel tax rate has not increased in almost 20 years, decreasing today’s purchasing power by more than 50 percent.
gas-tax  transportation  infrastructure  road-infrastructure  logistics  missouri  government-policy  this-week-298  around-the-web 
march 2015 by areadevelopment
Germany-Based Hubner Manufacturing Plans $8.6 Million Expansion In Mount Pleasant, South Carolina - Area Development
A company that supplies products to the bus, rail and air transportation industries, Hubner Manufacturing Corporation is investing $8.6 million to expand its manufacturing facility with plans to create 50 new jobs in Mount Pleasant, Charleston County, South Carolina.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  matt  south-atlantic  south-carolina  rail  jobs  transportation  manufacturing  incentives-taxes-grants-loans  fdi  location-usa 
december 2014 by areadevelopment
America's Oil Boom and the Role of Keystone XL - Brookings
With the United States poised to pass Saudi Arabia as the world’s top oil producer, American transportation networks are straining to safely and efficiently move all this energy between different markets. Overall, the Keystone XL pipeline will do little to ease those pressures.
transportation  logistics  energy  keystone-pipeline  natural-gas  this-week-286  around-the-web 
december 2014 by areadevelopment
Car Alternatives Gain Ground in Eastern Cities, Move West - Stateline - The Pew Charitable Trusts
Nationwide, the percentage of workers who commute by car declined from 88 percent in 2000 to 86 percent in 2010-2013, according to a Stateline analysis of census numbers.  Car commuting percentages were down dramatically in some urban areas, but also in smaller Western towns that are making a focused effort to promote alternatives.
this-week-283  around-the-web  transportation  workforce-mobility  demographics 
november 2014 by areadevelopment
Snyder says roads are top priority after winning second term - Detroit Free Press
Gov. Rick Snyder said today that getting a deal in the Legislature to raise more than $1 billion more a year to fix and maintain the state's roads and bridges is his No. 1 priority after "a very successful election."
government-policy  infrastructure  freight-logistics  transportation  road-infrastructure  this-week-283  around-the-web 
november 2014 by areadevelopment
New Jersey has educated workers, quality transportation options, and, of course, those big-ticket tax incentives, so … why are companies leaving? - NJBIZ
New Jerseys strengths — an educated workforce, transportation connectivity and, of course, incentive offerings — are often clouded by concerns such as high tax structure and salary demands. Or, quite simply, the need to consolidate.
new-jersey  site-selection-factors  skilled-labor  transportation  infrastructure  taxes-incentives  government-policy  this-week-274  around-the-web 
august 2014 by areadevelopment
Big Bend Galvanizing Plans $8 Million Manufacturing Plant In Trenton, Tennessee - Area Development
Big Bend Galvanizing, will locate a new manufacturing facility at 1000 Industrial Park Drive in Trenton, Tennessee. The company provides hot dip galvanizing services to a number of industries including energy, transportation and agriculture. The company began construction on the new facility earlier this month and plans to start production during the first quarter of 2015.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  manufacturing  tennessee  south  energy  transportation  agriculture 
august 2014 by areadevelopment
Landstar Systems Opens $6 Million Training-Service Center Near Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex - Area Development
Landstar System, Inc., a worldwide, asset-light provider of integrated transportation management solutions delivering safe, specialized transportation logistics services, opened a training and service center in Texas near the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  matt  dallas  texas  southwest  logistics  transportation  transportation-industry 
july 2014 by areadevelopment
Barefoot Carriers Invests $2 Million To Expand Ripley, Mississippi, Operations Center - Area Development
Family-owned and operated trucking company Barefoot Carriers will invest $2 million to expand its operations center in Ripley, Mississippi, creating 25 jobs in the region. The expansion involves the addition of 12 trucks and trailers, new equipment, and the extension of the company’s truck and trailer parking and lay-down area.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  matt  operations-center  mississippi  south  transportation  trucking  jobs 
july 2014 by areadevelopment
ArcBest Corporation Expands Fort Smith, Arkansas, Corporate Campus - Area Development
ArcBest Corporation, a holistic provider of transportation and logistics solutions, is under contract to purchase 40 acres of land at Chaffee Crossing, Fort Smith, Arkansas, for construction of a new corporate headquarters facility.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  matt  arkansas  south  headquarters  corporate-headquarters  transportation  logistics 
june 2014 by areadevelopment
Transportation Equipment: A Key Economic Driver - Area Development
Growth in the automotive, aerospace, and other transportation related manufacturing industries is rolling along at a steady pace.
area-development-features  automotive-industry  aerospace  transportation  economic-development  manufacturing  matt  rail  ship-building 
april 2014 by areadevelopment
Corporate Executive Survey Commentary: Easy Customer Access Still Important - Area Development
Besides a highly skilled work force, companies want a transportation nexus the will allow them easy shipping access to their customers within one day’s drive.
economic-development  site-selection  transportation  infrastructure  matt  executive-surveys  area-development-features  logistics 
april 2014 by areadevelopment
IntegriCo Composites Plans $20 Million Manufacturing Facility Near Springhill, Louisiana - Area Development
IntegriCo Composites plans $20 million capital investment to establish a manufacturing facility near Springhill, Louisiana, to produce transportation infrastructure components – including railroad ties, rail crossings and industrial mats – from landfill-bound plastic waste. The company also will relocate its corporate headquarters from Temple, Texas, to Webster Parish, Louisiana.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  matt  louisiana  south  infrastructure  transportation  headquarters  corporate-headquarters  incentives-taxes-grants-loans  manufacturing 
april 2014 by areadevelopment
The Definitive Guide to Transportation Terminology - Cerasis
Many experts believe that the root cause of many industry wide issues stem simply from not all of the players in any given industry not using the same terminology.
this-week-254  around-the-web  transportation  logistics  matt 
march 2014 by areadevelopment
Integrated Distribution Services Expands Its Plainfield, Indiana, Campus - Area Development Online
A firm that delivers integrated logistics solutions that include fulfillment services, warehousing and distribution, and transportation and freight management services, Integrated Distribution Services, Inc. will expand its office and warehouse facility in Plainfield, Indiana.
indiana  warehousing  warehouse-facility  freight-logistics  economic-development  transportation  site-selection  distribution  logistics  matt 
october 2013 by areadevelopment
Detroit Bus Company Pivots to Serve Youth, Relocates to Historic Factory - Xconomy
The Detroit Bus Company, a transit startup founded by Andy Didorosi in 2012 to try and solve some of Detroit’s myriad public transportation issues, announced last week that it has consolidated its operations. It has moved from a depot in Ferndale, MI, and office in downtown Detroit to a historic factory in Hamtramck.
this-week-233  around-the-web  industry-reports  transportation  detroit  adaptive-re-use 
october 2013 by areadevelopment
NFI Invests $9.3 Million To Locate Distribution Center In Pennsylvania’s Lehigh County - Area Development Online
A transportation, distribution, logistics and warehouse provider, NFI, will invest $9.3 million to establish a 980,000 square foot facility in Weisenberg Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, creating 126 new jobs and retaining 668 positions. This building will be used as a future distribution center for its worldwide food and beverage cooperative.
jobs  warehousing  taxes-incentives  economic-development  transportation  site-selection  Pennsylvania  matt  distribution  logistics 
july 2013 by areadevelopment
A Step-by-Step Guide to a More Strategic Site Selection Approach - Area Development Online
At every step in the process of choosing a site or facility — including specific objectives and cost comparisons — care must be taken to verify that the effort is aligned with the business’ long-term goals.
utilities  transportation  taxes-incentives  site-selection  matt 
january 2013 by areadevelopment
20 States to Watch in 2013: Transportation Funding - CSG Knowledge Center
With the days of 2012 dwindling to a precious few, it’s time to look ahead to 2013 and what could be on the horizon for states seeking funding solutions to their infrastructure needs. Could 2013 be the year states move to increase their gas taxes or fees or enact other revenue raising measures?
around-the-web  This-Week-195  government-policy  transportation  logistics  infrastructure 
december 2012 by areadevelopment
Smarter Cities Can Mean Better Business - A Smarter Planet Blog
Innovative projects to build Smarter Cities can drive economic growth and even help make local companies more profitable. That’s what is happening in the city of Lyon, France, which is undertaking a massive transportation project to improve mobility in the region and build a more sustainable transportation network.
around-the-web  This-Week-191  metros  sustainable-development  transportation  infrastructure  urban-planning 
november 2012 by areadevelopment
Illinois moves forward on $1.6B in capital projects - CBS News
Illinois can move forward on $1.6 billion worth of statewide transportation projects that are expected to create more than 18,000 jobs, under legislation signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Pat Quinn.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-Week-174  government-policy  illinois  transportation  infrastructure 
july 2012 by areadevelopment
50 years after historic JFK message to Congress, transportation still the thread that connects our nation - Welcome to the FastLane: The Official Blog of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation
50 years ago, President John F. Kennedy wrote a Special Message to Congress on Transportation, and his message is as relevant today as it was in 1962: "An efficient and dynamic transportation system is vital to our domestic economic growth. Affecting the cost of every commodity we consume or export, it is equally vital to our ability to compete abroad."
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-164  government-policy  infrastructure  transportation 
april 2012 by areadevelopment
Study: $2 trillion needed for U.S. infrastructure - The Washington Post
The United States is falling dramatically behind much of the world in rebuilding and expanding an overloaded and deteriorating transportation network it needs to remain competitive in the global marketplace, according to a new study by the Urban Land Institute.
infrastructure  transportation  logistics  this-week-129  around-the-web  twitterfeed  studies 
may 2011 by areadevelopment
Canadian traffic in psychological gridlock - The Globe and Mail
Elsewhere in the world, major cities show that implementing innovative ways to improve the daily commute doesn't have to be mind-numbingly slow.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  this-week-122  canada  logistics  site-selection  transportation  government-policy 
march 2011 by areadevelopment
Demand For Air Travel Rose 8% in 2010 -
Airline-passenger traffic in 2010 rose 8.2% and freight demand jumped 21%, as the aviation industry recovered from the economic downturn in 2009, the International Air Transport Association said Wednesday.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  this-week-114  industry-reports  logistics  aerospace  transportation  economic-recovery 
february 2011 by areadevelopment

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