We’re bringing four new bikeshare stations to the Roanoke Valley next week. Can you guess where they’ll be located?
I generally don’t share things like this in full, but there is a lot of good information in VDOT’s most recent Active Transportation newsletter. Check out the safety-related projects mentioned and get involved.
As the Administration rolls out a new infrastructure plan proposal, it’s useful to remember where the money comes from that funds these programs. As we’ve talked about before, it’s a myth that transportation projects in the U.S. are funded entirely from gas taxes and user fees. Mass Transit Magazine makes the point again in a fresh review of the current state of funding in the U.S.
While traveling or shopping Williamson Road in Roanoke, you may have noticed a slate of “No Road Diet” signs and wondered what they mean. They have been installed in in response to the recent proposals to improve the corridor, and I wanted to take a moment to describe what is – and is not – a road diet.