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RISE Prince George’s November meeting

Join us for a virtual general meeting of RISE Prince George's activists to take stock of what we've been working on and help us set next year's agenda. 

Ride On Reimagined Virtual Open House with MCDOT

Join us for a webinar on November 8 to learn more about the Ride On Reimagined draft network, and how you can share your thoughts on proposed changes!

Latest Happenings

Virginia: Draft State Rail Plan

Earlier there was mention of the traffic trying to get to the Fairfax County Government Center for tonight’s hearing. This points out that our transportation problems are more truly land use problems–the result of poor land use planning. I am certain that the current Fairfax Board would not have placed the Government Center where it is today and would have linked it directly to a future Metrorail station.

Grade Inflation Hits Governor O’Malley’s Environmental Ranking

Reacting to today’s release of the Maryland League of Conservation Voters’ Mid-Term Governor’s Report Card ranking on transportation and environmental issues, some conservation groups see grade inflation.

WalkScore Ranks DC In Top 10 Most Walkable Cities

Today released its national rankings of the most walkable and unwalkable communities in the United States, highlighting the District of Columbia’s neighborhoods as the 7th most walkable city in the country.

Ward 3 Vision Lauds Tenley Library Partnership

Today, residents of Ward 3 were excited to hear that Mayor Fenty established a public private partnership to rebuild the Tenley Friendship Library.

Call for Fundamental Reevaluation of Virginia Transportation and Land Use

For Immediate Release: June 20, 2008 Contact: Stewart Schwartz, CSG, 703-599-6437 (c) Trip Pollard, SELC, 434-977-4090 Lisa Guthrie, VALCV, 804-225-1902 Conservation and Smart Growth Groups Call for Fundamental Reevaluation of Virginia Transportation and Land Use Energy Challenge is an Opportunity to Design a Different Program Say Groups in Reaction to Transportation