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Sustainable Missoula: Changes needed to make room for people, bikes and buses

The Most Important Bike Tech is…Street Design

Top Mayors Pledge to Build 15-Minute Cities – The End of Carcatecture

Mayors from the U.S. largest cities are focusing on building neighborhoods where anyone can meet her basic needs without getting in a car.

Britain Is Creating a Government Organization Devoted to Biking and Walking

The new push to promote and fund active travel is as much about improving health as it is about curbing pollution.

Please Help Support the Montana Passenger Rail Summit on Sept. 17. All Aboard!

Restoring passenger rail service throughout Montana is a partnership effort. Donations are accepted in any amount and each sponsorship level has some benefit. Contributions are for the Montana Passenger Rail Summit on Sept. 17, 2020…

Alaska Airlines to begin service from Missoula to San Diego, San Fran and San Jose

The service into California, announced on Tuesday, begins next March and brings to six the number of nonstop destinations offered by Alaska Airlines from Missoula International Airport – the most of any carrier.

How to Turn a Stroad into a Street (or a Road)

With a road, just focus on moving vehicles. Resist the temptation to build a Swiss Army gadget that tries to do everything. It doesn’t work. Just build a great road.

New Hampshire Opens its Roads to Flying Cars

Gov. Chris Sununu has signed a bill making the Granite State the first in the U.S. to allow flying cars onto its public roads. Pilots will be allowed to drive from airports to their final terrestrial destination.

Why State Departments of Transportation Keep Making the Same Mistakes… and How to Break That Cycle

The good news is that a growing number of states are taking a concerted look at how their DOTs keep replicating the same mistake of designing urban streets like highways, ignoring the surrounding context or the needs of anyone not in a car.

The Most Important Bike Tech is…Street Design

Treating historical data as an infallible policy guide can quickly lead a good intention down an unsafe path.

Missoula city staffers identify 78 pressing transportation projects; present Top 10

The city currently has little more than $3 million a year to apply to such work meaning, as one City Council member noted, it would take 40 years to complete all the work.