America is Broken: Five Ways to Fix the Nation
International Business Times, August 6, 2011
1) Create a federal iBank — a public-private partnership to fund infrastructure investment in the nation. The infrastructure bank, or iBank, can get projects done including repair and building of subways, highways, bridges, dams and waterways without busting the budget.
Developing Dover: Measured growth, mixed use in Garrison City’s future
Fosters Daily Democrat (N.H.), August 7, 2011
[T]he Dover of five to 10 years from now will look like a more urbanized version of what can be seen today. Yes, mixed use development is coming, but what appears to be in the books for the city works hard to preserve the Hometown, USA attributes that make it such a desirable place to live.
No-charge Main trolley service fuels local ridership boom
The Durango Herald (Colo.), August 6, 2011
Public transportation in Durango isn’t your usual bus service. For starters, the most popular of its “buses” actually are trolley cars on wheels. And residents and visitors alike are exceptionally fond of the service.
Several new developments in progress despite national economy
Hudson Reporter (N.J.), August 7, 2011
While the nation still suffers from a slow economy, a number of luxury residential developments are rising from North Bergen to Jersey City, likely fueled by the proximity to Manhattan and to several forms of public transportation.