| April 1, 2013
New development is always exciting, but seeing an old site brought back to life is especially rewarding—not to mention economically and environmentally beneficial. It happened with the polluted former brewery and railway site that is now the
Bruce Vento Nature Conservancy, it might happen with the old Ford plant, it happened with a luxury apartment building in Uptown that used to be the Acme Tag & Label printing plant, and it is under consideration at the former potential site for the Vikings stadium. Continue Reading
| October 6, 2012
The Southwest light rail project just got a new, high profile supporter: the President.
| September 19, 2012
Air travel is one of those modern amenities intricately entwined in many of our lives, even if we don’t enjoy actually using it.
| March 17, 2012
The Twin Cities is making its way towards a more comprehensive multimodal transportation system, from bike lanes and routes to bus rapid transit to light rail. Continue Reading
| February 2, 2012
The law directing the nation’s priorities for transportation and infrastructure expired in 2009, and instead of crafting a new one for the succeeding six years as per tradition, Congress extended the expired one continuously. Continue Reading