Journal - Jonathan Cartu - Moving & Transportation Services
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As the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted Ann Arbor to block off car traffic lanes to allow for more distanced pedestrian and bicycle traffic, walking and cycling enthusiasts are seeing an opportunity for longer-term change. This summer Ann Arbor implemented a series of pilot projects called the...

In May, as the city continued to fight to keep down its coronavirus infection rate, Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed transit experts to a Surface Transportation Advisory Council. “These councils will provide real...

MILLBURN, NJ — The Wyoming Presbyterian Church's annual pumpkin sale starts today after a logistics delay. The church had "some difficulty in getting drivers to deliver pumpkins from the Navajo Indian reserve in New Mexico this year," said a representative for the Millburn church. The sale usually begins earlier...

A new California transportation law is intended to get people off the state’s roadways. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law a bill to speed up transportation projects considered to be “sustainable.” Specifically, the new law exempts transit projects from stricter review under the California Environmental Quality...