The Express Stop: Treasury Department Touts Transit and Infrastructure Investments: "the use of light rail to commute to work is associated with a nearly 1.2 point reduction in body mass index as well as an 81 percent reduction in the odds of becoming obese. Moreover, improved perceptions of neighborhoods as a result of the availability of light rail were associated with 15 percent lower odds of obesity as well as higher odds of meeting weekly recommended physical activity levels for walking and vigorous exercise (9 percent and 11 percent, respectively).
Get involved in your local transit planning process by attending a TriMet Open House in May. Learn about the I-205/Portland Mall Light Rail and WES Commuter Rail projects, and discuss plans for Milwaukie Light Rail and the Columbia.... Read Post
from New York Public Transit Association Transit providers are a key contributor to New York’s financial health, with 70 percent of all mass transit trips taking residents to and from work. Public funding for transit has a signific.... Read Post
Opinion: Too little is spent on transportation - Rep. Peter DeFazio - POLITICO.com: "Our transit systems have a $70 billion backlog of critical infrastructure investment needed for light rail, subways and buses. This means work for ... Read Post