The Rural Transportation Blog provides regular updates on resources and news related to rural and small metropolitan transportation planning, programming and service delivery.
Posts from September 2010
When hurricane evacuations occur, the recommended safe distance is 150 miles from the coast, which may require using rural local roads when other routes are unavailable.
The early bird and hotel deadlines have been extended to Oct 8, and a new tour opportunity is available for attendees.
The center enhances regional transportation services, which are especially important for the mobility of older adults, people with disabilities and low-income populations.
Make reservations by Oct 1 for the 2010 National Rural Transportation Peer Learning Conference, Oct 20 – 22 in St. Louis.
The Federal Highway Administration has published the "Livability in Transportation Guidebook: Planning Approaches that Promote Livability".
Join regional transportation professionals in St. Louis for three days of peer learning and networking.