High-speed rail gets some much needed PR help from supporting actors on “Mad Men.”
With the 2012 elections not that far off, Republicans are taking on President Obama’s high-speed rail plan.
Transportation Desk: Despite $8 billion proposed for high-speed rail, Obama’s plan is more ‘I think I can’ than ‘Yes, we can.’
What can communities do to make the suburbs more senior friendly? An interview with Elinor Ginzler of AARP.
A large number of older Americans are living in car-dependent suburbs, but what happens when it’s time to take their keys away? Maria Hinojosa reports.
The needs of suburbanites today is very different from those of suburbanites during the great urban exodus of the ’50s, but infrastructure has not kept up. An interview with the Brookings Institution’s William H. Frey.
This week on our Karr on Culture podcast: Can better urban infrastructure make Americans healthier?
President Obama’s vision for high-speed rail has been rejected by Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, a Republican, and embraced by Illinois governor Patrick Quinn, a Democrat.
Governors in two midwest states killed a light rail project, saying it was too expensive for taxpayers. But improving roads instead is going to cost them.