Chasen Cos. built a business model by buying old warehouse, retail and office properties in Baltimore, gutting them and turning them into luxury apartments. The strategy has yielded steady growth... read more →
Women are three times more likely than men to worry about their safety on public transit. They also rely more on public transportation, where sexual harassment and more serious gender-based violence can be commonplace for... read more →
A new pilot project to install electric vehicle chargers on light poles in Kansas City, Missouri, could reduce one of the most commonly cited barriers to greater electric vehicle adoption: The... read more →
Traffic overall has dropped across the country during the Covid-19 pandemic, but there has been a substantial rise in the fatality crash rate, thought to be the result of spikes... read more →
Soraya Bey lives in Pittsburgh’s Carrick neighborhood on Maytide Street. According to her social media page and an “Expedite Traffic Calming on Maytide Street” online petition she started, she has had... read more →
Today I’m driving a tiny car which shares more with my iPhone than a traditional motor car. Sure, this Citroën Ami One looks like a small city car—it has a petite cabin... read more →
On April 25, AMPO held a webinar to share its National Framework for Regional Vehicle Connectivity and Automation Planning. Listen to the webinar and see the presentations!
The AMPO Performance Based Planning and Programming Working Group met in December. Their discussion covered an overview of the performance measures on safety, bridge and pavement condition, system performance, freight,... read more →