October 2012

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Wednesday Winners (and Losers)

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners Transit workers, utility workers, volunteers, and first responders–As the tri-state region gets back on its feet after Hurricane Sandy, transit workers, utility…



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Connecticut Agencies May Move to Downtown Hartford

A recent Hartford Business Journal story examines a number of efforts by Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy to strengthen Hartford, the state’s capital city. One which promises both economic benefits and symbolic value is to bring state…



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Two Weeks Until Tri-State’s Benefit!

As Mobilizing the Region readers know, the tri-state area has made tremendous strides in sustainable transportation policy over the past several years, and much of that progress owes to the vision and commitment of public officials…


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Wednesday Winners (and Losers)

Your weekly guide to heroic and villainous actions in tri-state transportation and development. Winners Hartford, Connecticut pedestrians and cyclists—After popular opposition arose in the face of a CTfastrak-related plan that would have closed Hartford’s Flower Street, a…





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NACTO to Host Designing Cities Conference Next Week

For three days next week, October 24-26, the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) and NYU’s Rudin Center are hosting a conference that seeks to “forge a common vision for cities to achieve national objectives…