The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) is hosting their conference in Seattle as I write this. If you’re one of the urbanists pouring into our fair city this week, you may be interested in the article we wrote for Rail~volution in 2013, which focuses on attractions in Seattle of interest to urbanists and transit […]
Starting Monday we will be at the NACTO Designing Cities Conference in Seattle. We'll be live streaming some of the sessions in audio. If you'd like to listen in, check my twitter feed for times and come back here to listen using th...
By joining NACTO, MTA demonstrates the role of street design in making urban transit more reliable and its vital importance for the next generation of transportation leaders.
The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), an organization that represents more than 40 major cities in the United States, has released a policy statement on automated vehicles.
NACTO encourages the exchange of transportation ideas, insights and practices among large central cities while fostering a cooperative approach to key national transportation issues.