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National Association of City Transportation Officials | 81 North American cities & transit agencies exchanging transportation ideas, insights and practices.
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NACTO Jul 19
Clive - let us know if you want to walk through this. Of note, we're substantially updating this guidance and will have a new version of it by the end of the month (scooters were new when we first authored this). ^ae
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NACTO Jul 19
Strong cities are made of strong communities. And thanks to , there's great working happening to build more vibrant livable spaces in local communities across the U.S. (including many NACTO cities). Congrats to the 159 winning projects!
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TransitCenter Jul 18
Austin transit ridership up 4.5% in the year since CapMetro's bus network redesign expanded access to frequent service.
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C40 Cities Jul 17
Cities aren’t waiting on Washington to step up with bold climate action. Mayor of Portland and mayors from four other will testify before the committee about the power of climate action at the local level.
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CBC British Columbia Jul 15
For a project doomed to fail, the Burrard Bridge bike lane has been quite a success. As it celebrates its 10th birthday, spoke to some former critics who have now changed their tune:
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NACTO Jul 16
Thrilled to help get projects into the ground in Minneapolis! These accelerated projects will help be proof positive of what works to prioritize transit, and will give buses the space they need to effectively help Minneapolis grow without slowing down.
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NACTO Jul 16
We'd recommend looking to San Jose -- plenty of intersections fitting that description. ^ae
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Complete Streets Jul 16
The federal transit funding delays are causing real harm. Since the Trump administration took office USDOT has been slow-walking federal transit funding. Today, the U.S. House is finally undertaking an oversight hearing to hold them accountable.
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NACTO Jul 15
Just in time for -- Bike Share Toronto is growing to a 5,000 bike, 465(!) station system! Reserve your spot:
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NACTO Jul 11
Our team on making cities better for kids: 1️⃣ Slower streets = safer streets 2️⃣ Public 'tantrum' spaces give kids (& their caretakers) space to recover 3️⃣ Reliability: Waiting less at a bus stop makes families more likely to choose transit
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NACTO Jul 11
Replying to @mtrem2
Here's the evaluation:
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NACTO Jul 11
Replying to @JCRiecke
Here's the evaluation:
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NACTO Jul 11
Join us this September in Toronto!
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NACTO Jul 11
Speed cameras work. In NYC, traffic deaths are down 55% in areas that have them. Rolling these proven lifesavers out citywide is a concrete step toward achieving .
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NACTO Jul 10
Replying to @iBikeSafe
See our latest best practice for intersection treatments at
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Janette Sadik-Khan Jul 9
For most people, driving isn't a choice, it's a non-negotiable fact of life. We need to change the structures that encourage and entrench driving in cities and bring real transportation independence—the freedom not to drive—to more people.
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NACTO Jul 10
We're on the ground in Denver to talk bikeway design and implementation. First up? A tour of existing low-cost, high-impact projects, like this traffic circle on the 35th ave neighborhood bikeway. Installed and calming traffic in one day!
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RuPaul Jul 9
You’re not stuck in traffic, you are the traffic.
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NACTO Jul 9
Myth: Building safe bike lanes primarily benefits wealthy men. Fact: "In the US, the group most like to cycle (or walk) to work are those from households with incomes of less than $10,000 a year."
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Steven Higashide Jul 5
<3 the new pub on how transit agencies can take a "campaign approach" to bus stop balancing. Many people with the title "transit planner" succeed by being part-time political strategists, project managers, and community organizers.
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