News today suggests some much-need improvements are scheduled for the I-95 intersection with Pooler Parkway and the airport in Savannah.
From the article:
The Savannah Airport Commission on Wednesday voted to spend $67,500 as part of a joint agreement with the Georgia Department of Transportation, Gulfstream Aerospace and the Outlet Mall of Georgia [...]
Sometimes a fascinating story comes across my desk that seems rather mundane on the surface. This week’s champion is courtesy of the Panama City News-Herald (hat tip: Jason Combs of 37th Street Town Planning)
The story is one I’ve seen repeated all across America, so I’m not here to pick on Panama City [...]
Been out the last few days getting in touch with my edginess, so I’m just now catching up on the conversation from last week. 2 primary threads were hopping, but both are essentially: what is the future for the CNU? Not NU necessarily, but CNU. I’d like to [...]
At CNU 21 in Salt Lake City we finally got to have a lively, fun debate about the merits of the western grid, common in some form to about 2/3 of the United States. It’s a debate that myself and several colleagues have wanted for years.
Building off of recent news about the reduction in driving, US PIRG has a new study out this week that’s garnered a lot of media attention. The study, titled “Our Changing Relationship with Driving and the Implications for America’s Future” has the nifty summary stating, “The Driving Boom—a six decade-long period of steady [...]