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Hi all, we hosted a call last week where jurisdictions shared tips with each other for increasing CTR survey response rates. Thank you to all of you who participated and shared your ideas.The 28 ideas fell into four categories: (1) developing a…Continue
Have you been following the work of SSTI (state smart transportation inititive)? I encourage you to do so. The staff at SSTI are working hard to rethink transportation and are seeking to highlight innovative and effective practices from around the…Continue
Hi. Below is a totally awesome message sent by Ted Horobiowski and Jamie Cheney of the CTR Board to the leadeship of the House and Senate Transportation Committees. Please read it. If possible, please send the request to your own state legislator…Continue
You have received a few CTR surveys via email the past few weeks. If you haven't yet done so, please take some time and fill them out. In all, there will be five surveys that'll help us shape the workshop on April 26.We encourage participation in…Continue
The science and culture of America's "unwalking" tendencies in our car-first society. Fascinating! Part one of four: http://slate.me/HGFRmk
Among young Americans, driving continues to decline while transit & cycling keep going up. The future is bright! More: http://bit.ly/HhHhoa
Wonderful story on the benefits of commute options and alternatives! Check it out at http://bit.ly/wJis9W
Longtime CTR advocate Jessyn Farrell running for House seat: http://bit.ly/IFpNkt
Transportation as a civil right: an overlooked part of the discussion? http://bit.ly/qhTD8b
Seattle's urban 'greenways'- designated streets offer safer, non-motorized ways of getting around: http://bit.ly/x49aht