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Rural transportation and disaster recovery was the theme of NADO's presentation this year.
On 6/26, AMPO will hold the final installment of its webinar series on transportation planning and climate change.
AMPO has scheduled a series of webinars on topics related to addressing climate change in transportation planning.
FHWA recently released its latest Climate Change and Transportation Newsletter, which includes efforts of states to address climate adaptation.
Two new reports on socioeconomic impacts and physical measurements that may give advance warning of climate change may be of interest to the planning community.
EPA has announced the availability of $10 million in grants for local governments to carry out initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Access new resources from USDOT, TRB and others on climate change, livability, ACS data analysis, economic impact and more.
EPA has determined that transportation and other greenhouse gases endanger public welfare.
Last month's webinar on climate change and transportation has been approved for AICP CMs, plus access a video recording and presentation slides.
On May 21, NADO and AMPO will hold a free webinar on climate change and its relationship to transportation planning and economic development.
Get research and conference updates, plus learn about regional vanpool programs, Oregon's ACTs, and recent transportation news and resources.
The proposed finding announced Friday that six gases, four of which are from vehicles, threaten public welfare and cause or contribute to climate change.