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This Infra Week

Posted by Content Coordinator on Friday, January 31st, 2014


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San Bernardino, California: Divided No More
Caltrans and San Bernadino city agencies help restore connectivity from the city’s east to west side.

Miami Transportation Planners Light the Way
The dead in the water Miami to Miami beach light rail project is getting some new life.
(Miami Herald)

Big Energy Buildings Go Greener
NRDC and the Institute for Market Transformation will be helping 10 mayors of American cities who have pledged “to transform energy-sucking buildings into energy sippers”
(NRDC Switchboard)

Sprucing Up the Waiting Game
Next time you’re passing through one of these rail stations, you just may want to stick around.
(Keystone Edge)

Atlanta Snowstorm Strands Drivers
Another strike against sprawl or is poor emergency preparedness to blame?
(DC Streetsblog)



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