500+ Complete Streets Policies in Place, but Not the Most Important One
Streetsblog DC – August 16, 2013
Complete streets policies have passed in 29 states (including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico), 45 metropolitan planning organizations, 39 counties and 412 cities. That’s pretty good for a movement that started off eight years ago with a goal of policies in five states and 25 communities.
Local Businesses Need Not Fear New Bike Lanes, Study Suggests
Think Progress – August 16, 2013
The construction of the bike lanes had no discernible impact on the Greenwood Ave. district’s sales versus the other areas.
Revitalization Outlook: What Strategies Can Help Make Urban Cores More Vibrant?
Urban Land Institute – August 16, 2013
Members of ULI’s Urban Revitalization Council discuss ways to catalyze investment and development in the urban core, the demographic factors influencing the popularity of urban living, and how different sectors of the real estate market are faring in the urban core.
Letter: Rep. Frank LoBiondo Looks Out for Pedestrian Safety
NJ (dot) com – August 18, 2013
“I would like to thank LoBiondo for co-sponsoring the Safe Streets Act of 2013 (HR2468).”