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Posts Tagged ‘Next American City’

Guest on The Infra Blog: Graham T. Beck, Contributing Author, Next American City: New York’s Tappan Zee Bridge

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

Graham Beck, author of the Next American City article “Cuomo’s Crossing,” about NY Governor Andrew Cuomo’s decisions regarding the replacement of the Tappan Zee Bridge, speaks with InfrastructureUSA Managing Director Steve Anderson.

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Guest on The Infra Blog: Diana Lind, Executive Director & Editor-in-Chief, Next American City

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

Diana Lind joined Next American City in 2008 and is the organization’s Executive Director and Editor-in-Chief. Diana was a 2011 Van Alen Institute Fellow and is the author of Brooklyn Modern: Architecture, Interiors & Design (Rizzoli, 2008). She graduated from Cornell University (B.A., English) and Columbia University (M.F.A., Creative Writing). Her writing has been published […]

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Study Finds Access to Real-Time Mobile Information Could Raise Status of Public Transit: Part III

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

Study participants felt that there were a number of inherent benefits to driving less, many of which aligned with their own personal goals—perks like good exercise, reducing one’s carbon footprint, feeling more immersed in their communities, or having more time to read or relax.

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Friday, March 25th, 2011
passer-by on Flickr

In late 2010, Latitudeº asked 18 participants (10 from Boston, 8 from San Francisco) not to use their cars for one week. The vast majority of participants had ranked cars as their most necessary form of transportation, with the remainder using their cars at least weekly.

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