Americans are ready for an economically sound, people-friendly, and bipartisan transportation bill. It's a good thing our elected officials have extra time to meet those expectations.
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More and more Americans want to live in these affordable and accessible neighborhoods -- and the proof is in the prices of homes in these areas.
It can be difficult for a city to recover when, on top of unemployment, homes are boarded up or downtown is empty. Project Rebuild's strategies are exactly how smart growth can help communities facing these challenges.
For decades, states have invested disproportionately in road expansion and left regular repair and preservation underfunded. As a result of these spen...
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If Congress really wants to rebuild our economy and spur job growth they should start by cutting federal subsidies that incentivize wasteful development and bankrupt our communities.
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