Rural areas have unique transportation needs that national transportation policy hasn’t always successfully addressed, as we’ve previously covered.
A new National Institute for Transportation and Communities study, conducted by researchers at The University of Arizona, examines the mitigating effects of Green Infrastructure (GI) on flooding risks to the transportation network.
A new report from SSTI highlights the potential benefits of infill development for accessibility and health in the City of Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
These approaches—in addition to filling a data gap for many agencies and helping them target high risk locations—could lead many road designers to look more closely at the role of speed and speed management in highway safety.
We are excited to soon announce more information about a virtual version of our COP. We have also launched a new website.
Multi-lane roundabouts introduce several types of crashes that are not possible at single-lane roundabouts. There are new design possibilities to increase safety for all road users.
A new Vice report analyzes transportation models ―conceived more than fifty years ago in the early days of national highway building― as the “broken algorithm that poisoned American transportation.”
A new study shows that drivers do not make choices through conscious, intentional decisions but instead through the inference of expected behavior based on the roadway type.
The Vermont State Senate recently unanimously passed zoning reform legislation that would support denser “missing middle” housing.
By Michael Brenneis In an effort to reduce greenhouse emissions, reduce plastic waste, and improve the sustainability of road maintenance, Caltrans is testing a new technology that combines recycled plastic with in-place asphalt recycling. The …