Monthly Archives: March 2010

Will Our River Crossings Be Bridges or Barriers?

TweetThe Charles River is one of the defining features of our region.  From the time humans first arrived, we have used it for sustenance, pleasure, and travel.  While the basin feels like a refuge of nature in the midst of … Continue reading

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When Budgets Shrink, Mission’s Must Converge

TweetOr…How to Improve Our Quality of Life and Get Maximum Leverage from Limited Public Resources by Integrating Complementary Aspects of Policy & Programs in Transportation, Health, Development, Environment, Energy – and everything else! I was once one of those people … Continue reading

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Cycling and Cents — The Bicycle ROI

TweetIt’s winter in Boston – cold, windy, occasional snow.  And yet every time I go out I see people bicycling.  They weren’t here ten years ago; or even five – certainly not in the winter!  It suddenly feels like we’ve … Continue reading

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