Unable to remove expressway, New Orleans reclaims space underneath

By Chris McCahill In 2013, FHWA funded a revitalization study that outlined ways to remove parts of Interstate 10 in New Orleans and restore historic Claiborne Avenue below. High costs have stalled those efforts but, in the meantime, the city has opted to reclaim space beneath the expressway in

Bike share offers lessons in providing equitable transportation options

By Chris McCahill Bikes shares, which now offer expanded transportation options in cities around the nation, have also tested those cities’ abilities to serve their communities equitably. The placement and pricing of these systems are often barriers for low-income communities. Philadelphia’s

Signs of spring—volunteers filling potholes on local and state roads

By Mary Ebeling After a seemingly endless cold and snowy winter in much of the country, people are finally noticing signs of spring—crocuses, daffodils, potholes. Yes, potholes—by all accounts massive ones. The potholes may have gotten out of control this year because of the epic cold and

Linking Community Visioning and Highway Capacity Planning (Strategic Highway Research Program, 2012)

This report is intended to help transportation agency practitioners assess the possibilities of community visioning efforts, identify practical steps and activities when engaging in visioning, and establish links between vision outcomes and transportation planning and project development