Baltimore Sun Op-Ed published January 18, 2017
For several generations, urban transportation policymakers and practitioners around the world favored a “mobility” approach, aimed at moving people and vehicles as fast as possible by reducing congestion.
Seattle, one of the fastest growing cities in America, is making bold investments to ensure the majority of its residents live within walking distance of frequent transit.
Why doesn’t Baltimore have a first-rate public transit system?
USDOT announces a final rule aimed at ensuring that regional planning truly takes place on regional scale.
Introducing Baltimore’s Bike Share Program!
From: Caitlin Doolin, PE
Bicycle and Pedestrian Planner
Transit Bureau | Baltimore City Department of Transportation
Can Baltimore become a multi-modal city?
What can be done in the next four years to create a first rate transit system for Baltimore.