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    Entries in The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) (3)

    Saturday
    Apr142012

    Medellín: Colombia's Sustainable Transport Capital

    Saturday
    Apr142012

    EL Coche Nos...

    This video is part of an ongoing project between the ITDP Mexico and the British Embassy in Mexico, to reduce the use of the automobile. For more information, visit: http://mexico.itdp.org/que-hacemos/reduccion-del-uso-del-automovil/

    Este video forma parte del proyecto de reducción de uso del automóvil que está llevando a cabo ITDP México con apoyo de la Embajada Británica en México. Para más información sobre el proyecto, visita el micrositio: http://mexico.itdp.org/que-hacemos/reduccion-del-uso-del-automovil/



    special thanks to Juan Guillermo Marín Londoño for sourcing.
    Wednesday
    Oct062010

    Rail Service Expansion Imperiled at State Level

    Updated on Sunday, October 10, 2010 at 5:37PM by Registered CommenterFernando Arias

    An Amtrak train in Washington, part of the busiest train corridor in the country. Several states received stimulus money to help expand passenger rail service.

    “The bottom line is that high-speed rail is a national program that will connect the country, spur economic development and bring manufacturing jobs to the U.S.,” Transportation SecretaryRay LaHood, a former Republican congressman, said in a statement. “It will also transform transportation in America, much like the Interstate highway system did under President Eisenhower. It’s hard to imagine what would have happened to states like Ohio and Wisconsin if their leaders had decided they didn’t want to be connected to the rest of the country back then.”

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