UVM’s Transportation Footprint – Big Impacts, Great Potential but Stalled Progress – By Richard Watts

The University of Vermont has a huge positive impact on the Vermont economy, above $1.3 billion according to a recent report. Jobs, economic activity and scientific innovations are documented outcomes of the state’s flagship university. The University could also play a leading role in reducing our state’s transportation environmental footprint, and increasing options for regular…

The Ninja Path in Bennington, by Bruce Lierman

It’s only a third of a mile – how useful could it be as an active transportation corridor? Very useful.   Cyclists often worry about multi-lane roads, mostly because of the higher speeds of the motor vehicle traffic.  But we know from crash statistics that there are four “worst cases” that lead to most cyclist crashes;…