Stuff in the news:
- Metro approves $68M in active transportation/freight funds. Metro also claims that the region can meet state emission standards, while noting a disconnect between plans on the books, and the current political realities.
- Joseph Rose questions a recent survey ranking Portland’s traffic as eighth worst in the nation.
- Sightline Institute blogger Clark Williams-Derry takes a look at the discrepancy between traffic predictions in project planning documents, and actual traffic measurements, and asks: “Dude, Where Are My Cars?” (H/T The Urbanophile).
- A couple months old, but we missed it back in September: TriMet has released its Westside Service Enhancement Report.