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This Infra Week

Posted by Content Coordinator on Friday, February 28th, 2014

INFRA STORIES YOU SHOULDN’T MISS!

NYCDOT

The Passengers Are Up and Running, But Are the Trains?
Not in Buffalo, where one-sixth of the Metro Rail’s escalators are out of order.
(Buffalo News)

Move Over Venice, Kirkland Gets in the Gondola Game
“Antsy for affordable and green transportation alternatives, City Council members, the city manager and the mayor have started exploring the addition of air gondolas into its public-transit mix.”
(The Seattle Times)

South Carolina’s Legare Bridge Gets Pedestrian/Cyclist Friendly
Pedestrians and cyclists now have a way to safely cross the link between central Charleston and the west and south.
(Streetsblog USA

Could Congress Find Common Ground On Complete Streets?
“Complete-streets legislation is more broadly appealing than you might expect.”
(Grist)

Coulda Wouda Shouda: The HSR Edition
High Speed Rail’s first foray in America might have played better in Texas.
(Urban Places and Spaces)

Nashville is Growing, But is its Transit System?
“A discussion on Nashville’s future infrastructure and development needs Tuesday morning couldn’t escape a central issue: mass transit.”
(Nashville Biz Blog)

 

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