Will Evergreen Mean Forever Green for Metro Vancouver? Transit Accessibility in British Columbia’s Largest Urban Centre
by Courtney McLaughlin
Vancouver, British Columbia consistently ranks as one of the "most livable" cities in the world. However, what is frequently ignored about Canada’s most livable city are the multiple suburb municipalities that surround i...
Rethinking an Urban Freeway in New Orleans, Louisiana
by Jessica Yoon
Oak trees and street scenes painted on the support pillars of the I-10 overpass on Claiborne Avenue remind New Orleanians that the street was once a tree-lined commercial corridor. Today, the neighborhoods surroundin...
Traffic Signals on the Scale of Cyclists in Montreal, Canada
by Devon Willis
As a part of its plans to invest in sustainable transportation, Montreal has built several bicycle lanes over the years. However, traffic signals for bicycles have yet to follow in many neighbourhoods. Although there are...
Urban Airports in Buenos Aires: Are They Too Far? Too Close?
by Luis Hernando Lozano-Paredes
Like many global cities, Buenos Aires has more than one airport serving the transportation needs of its citizens. But the main international airport Ezeiza, located almost forty miles from the city center, lacks many of ...
Bus Rapid Transit: Reducing Traffic Congestion in Kane County, Illinois
by Sean Glowacz
Kane County, IL, like most developing counties across the United States, faces a significant challenge in addressing the issue of mounting traffic congestion. One of Kane County’s major thoroughfares, Randall Road, ...
Phoenix Metro Area Plans for Transit Oriented Developments
by James Gardner
Phoenix, Arizona has been making changes from its suburban, single story, sprawling past. The inception of Phoenix’s , light-rail system, METRO, has acted as a catalyst for the proliferation of transit oriented develo...
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