A really cool look at how the Bell Red corridor could develop over time with LRT.
An off topic but related issue, how Berkeley is paying for the city's solar panels is pretty innovative.
the city itself just issues a bond to pay for the upfront costs of installing the panels, and the homeowner then repays the government over the course of 20 years via a small line item on the property-tax bill. (This way, if the home is sold, the costs of the panels get passed on to the new owner getting the benefits.)Not sure how this relates to transit but there must be something we can learn from this, especially since better access increases property taxes.
Germany is looking at speed limits on the autobahn. It's good for the environment, even if it is fun to drive so fast.
El Paso is looking to redevelop a strip mall infested street with BRT. No definition of BRT included.