Source: Urban Land, April 2009
Urban Land looks at infrastructure issues in light of the U.S. federal economic stimulus plan and the opportunities and challenges it poses for the development community. Articles include:
Structured Parking for Transit-Oriented Development
By Timothy H. Haahs and James M. Zullo
Federal stimulus money could be used to bridge the financial gap associated with the cost of structured parking in transit-oriented development projects and provide a meaningful strategy to advance such projects and smart growth.
U.S. Infrastructure Spending: How Much Is Enough?
By Sarah Jo Peterson
Although the private sector does invest in infrastructure, much, if not most, of the billions in spending comes from taxpayers. How much is enough? The guidance of engineers, economists, and environmental innovators shows that the answer depends on what people want out of infrastructure.
Transportation Reauthorization Options
By Jeffery Spivak
A virtual who’s who of transportation associations and interest groups is calling for an entirely new federal approach in the next long-term transportation bill.