New Urbanism News 8/1/10

USA Today view on gas tax: Price holds key to ending nation’s addiction to oil http://bit.ly/91s26N

Environmentalists, Transportation Reformers Brace for Scaled-Back Energy Bill http://bit.ly/a9ZQFE

Los Angeles leading the charge on public transit? Leveraging federal $ w/ local $ http://bit.ly/cORB4D

Land use and real estate bubbles http://bit.ly/cNmhyH

Congress’ failure to enact climate legislation makes transportation reform more important than ever http://bit.ly/9Mk1gp

Taking mass transit as a workout http://bit.ly/bjrSvE

Funding transit – recommendations for US policy  http://bit.ly/bfTzlC

Who needs a car in LA?  http://bit.ly/aY58W3

Apt rentals surge in US on foreclosures & jobs http://bit.ly/aa4NeN

Locating homeless housing difficult http://bit.ly/aKXzce

Poorest 1/5th spends 31% of income on transit, versus 21% for second-poorest 1/5; 10% for richest 1/5th.

Target will open a store in downtown Seattle  http://cot.ag/bvGKrx

Los Angeles Pushing To Become Nation’s Mass Transit Leader http://bit.ly/aXZoK8

Beyond Cars: A Global Perspective on Rail & Public Space http://cli.gs/dyypmR

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About Bob Voelker

Head of the Munsch Hardt (Dallas law firm) Hospitality & Mixed Use Development Group, and former developer of affordable housing. I'm i
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