Monday, October 17, 2005

Bacon's Rebellion Cuts Loose

The October 17, 2005 edition of Bacon's Rebellion is now online.

Columns related to transportation and land use include:

Lost in Suburbia
Virginia's transportation "crisis" is really an urban design crisis in masquerade. Broad Street in Henrico County is a case in point: The ugly, dysfunctional retail strip is truly a road from hell.
by James A. Bacon

Reality-Based Regionalism
Most people talk about "regionalism" with no clear idea of what they mean. A regional approach to solving problems is a good idea -- if informed by Geographic Literacy.
by EM Risse

Pork on Steroids
Transportation spending at the federal level has become a raw money grab, and it's getting that way in Virginia, too.
by Steve Vincent


At 7:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bad link on the "pork" story.


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