Guest on The Infra Blog: Yonah Freemark, Founder & Writer, The Transport Politic

Posted by Steve Anderson on Thursday, October 4th, 2012

Yonah Freemark is an urbanist and journalist who has worked in architecture, planning, and transportation.  He is the founder and writer of The Transport Politic.

The Transport Politic was created in October 2008 and tracks the state of transit in the U.S. and around the world. The site’s goal is to explore the intricate relationships between transportation projects and politics, both at the national and local levels.

The Transport Politic was named one of Planetizen’s Top Ten sites for 2010. The associated @ttpolitic Twitter profile was named one of the Top 25 Transportation Sources to Follow in 2012 by the Urban Land Institute.

Yonah Freemark

Citizen Engagement Happens Locally

Tech Talk Turns People Off

Political Discourse on the National Level

Stalling Rail Infrastructure

Losing Confidence in the Feds


Download full transcript (PDF): Yonah Freemark on The Infra Blog

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