Billy Terry of the National Transit Institute joins Stuart Shapiro on EJB Talks to discuss NTI’s mission to educate the administrative workforce within the multitudes of transit agencies across the nation.
VTC’s core strengths relate to transportation in the built environment and its work in transit-oriented development, pedestrian and bicycle mobility and safety, healthy community design, smart growth, and transportation and social equity.
This event will bring together public, private, non-profit sector leaders and academics to consider the issues and opportunities that will shape the future of the New Jersey-New York metropolitan region.
The objective was to examine factors associated with the generation of ride-hailing trips.
Bikeshare use in NYC dropped during the early months of the pandemic, but had largely recovered by the summer.
Twelve graduate urban planning students explored how to actively engage community stakeholders in the placemaking process to create economic vitality and inclusive healthy places in the Borough of Highland Park, NJ in the Bloustein spring graduate planning studio, “Placemaking in Highland Park: Making Connections between Place, Health, Equity, and Economy.” Led by staff from the Bloustein […]
The most recent year included the deadly train crash at Hoboken Terminal in September 2016, as well as three derailments between March and July at New York’s Penn Station. It also includes a worsening problem of trains canceled due to a shortage of locomotive engineers. The agency has begun to address the crunch, but it may have […]
However, Martin Robins, director emeritus of Rutgers University’s Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Policy Center, argues that gasoline taxes levied on a per-gallon basis will begin to go down when auto makers begin complying with federal requirements for higher vehicle-mileage efficiency. “New Jersey hasn’t raised its gas tax since the late 1980s, and a lot has […]
The American Public Transportation Foundation (APTF) recently announced that Bloustein School Masters in City and Regional Planning (MCRP) student Brandon Williams is the recipient of a 2015 APTF Scholarship. All member organizations of the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) are given the opportunity to nominate and sponsor upper class or graduate level college students to receive APTF […]
On Wednesday, Oct. 8 NJTIP @ Rutgers will conduct a free “Connect to Transit” seminar for professionals, volunteers, and community members to become informed advocates for public transportation so they can better assist older adults other clients with navigating the public transportation network. Social workers, caregivers, volunteers, human services students, student development specialists, counselors and others who serve senior […]