Solving the Congestion Problem Doesn’t Always Start with Road Widening

There are many uncertainties for the future of transportation and with that comes a lot of unanswered questions. With a mere century of widespread public ownership of the automobile, our nation is faced with myriad challenges from funding infrastructure projects and drafting safety standards for autonomous vehicles, to incorporating “active” modes of travel and thinking…

News from The Hill: Topper Transit’s Biodiesel Buses and Bike Share Program Hit the Ground this Fall

Western Kentucky University’s Topper Transit is operating their transit fleet using 20% biodiesel.  The biodiesel is a plant based oil that is a renewable energy source and allows Topper Transit to reduce their carbon footprint, thus improving sustainability efforts on campus. The fleet has new signage that reflects the initiative. WKU is partnering with VeoRide,…