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Reconnecting America’s Transit Space Race 2011 Interactive Map

Posted by Content Coordinator on Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

About The Map

Reconnecting America spent several months in late 2010 gathering the most current transit plans available from the 100 largest regions around the country, as well as some known projects from smaller regions. Through this cataloging effort, Reconnecting America found 643 transit projects in 106 regions.

(Click on the map to visit the website with the interactive graphic)

Download Project Spreadsheet (XLS): RA Transit Space Race 2011 Final

About Reconnecting America

Reconnecting America is a national nonprofit that advises civic and community leaders on how to overcome community developmentĀ challenges to create better communities for all. Reconnecting America develops research and innovative public policy, while also building on-the-ground partnerships and convening players needed to accelerate decision-making.

The community where we live holds a special place in our hearts. Some of us still live in the same neighborhood where our family has had roots for generations. Some of us choose a community with an eye toward a new beginning. Where we live matters.

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