Category Archives: Transportation

duluth flood damage

Minnesota’s DOT is ready for climate change. ODOT? Not so much.

Climate change will have profound and diverse impacts upon infrastructure throughout the United States, including transportation infrastructure. Rising sea levels, stronger storm surges, more severe flooding, land subsidence, soil erosion,… Read more »

bus stop at route 237 & Eastland Road

When your state doesn’t fund public transportation, you end up with this

Jason Segedy, the remarkably progressive Director of the Akron Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (AMATS), the metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for the Akron area, has the full text of an interview he did… Read more »

keystone xl protest

5 ways the Opportunity Corridor is like Keystone XL

Angie Schmidt has a post on Rust Wire that explores how all large development projects in Cleveland, including the so-called Opportunity Corridor, are framed through a “jobs” lens. It’s a… Read more »