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15955
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National transportation focus has shifted to more integrated approaches of developing transportation systems that support parking policies, bicycle paths, and transit-oriented development. With greater emphasis on transit and non-automobile modes of transportation, professionals are challenged to explore more cost-effective, efficient approaches to deliver transit service and integrate various modes. One such North Carolina community, Winston-Salem is investigating improvements through the implementation of advanced communication and information technologies.
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Carolina Planning (NoCar HT 393 N8 C29x), Vol. 20 Issue 2, 1995, p30-34
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24793
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Journalist Edward Martin describes the plans for North Carolina roads and public transit systems during the next decade. He emphasizes that many lawmakers are concerned a decade will not improve the heavy traffic problems if the government does not begin to look for funds outside of the taxpayers’ pocket.
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28092
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The Special Transit Advisory Commission discussed their vision for commuter rail and enhanced bus service in the Triangle area. The group discussed the three corridors they though should be used for the 2020 plan. The group also discussed how they would raise money for the plan through an increase in the sales tax, some support from property taxes, and some support from the state. Additional topics discussed by the group are detailed.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 25 Issue 3, January 2008, p7 Periodical Website
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31145
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The authors explore how the City of Durham developed a pilot study to address access to transit with the objective of identifying ways to reduce the exposure of pedestrians and cyclists to crashes and improving connectivity for transit users to destinations.
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Carolina Planning (NoCar HT 393 N8 C29x), Vol. 38 Issue , 2013, p44-47, il, map
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31443
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Policy experts explain how they would address four of the main factors that contribute to Charlotte’s lack of economic mobility, and one major philanthropist talks about how to give back.
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31460
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The city keeps adding new public transit, but CATS buses remain vital to getting Charlotteans where they need to go. Just ask someone who rides them every day.
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32222
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Low-income people in Watauga County showed that by sharing the expenses of a community-owned vehicle, they could save money and get to places more efficiently. This led to the development of a rural transportation system called the Green Eagle Community Transportation Cooperative. The transportation system includes six buses and has enabled an increase in jobs, income, and economic growth.
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