By 2030, the U.S. population is projected to increase from 319 million to 358 million people. Vehicle miles traveled in the country have been trending downward since 2004. During the next 20 years, America’s 65 and over population will grow to be 19 percent of the population. America’s 72 … [Read More...]
In college. I earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and spent a good bit of my early career in the public sector working for politicians. This inevitably involved campaigning and elections and since then, I’ve watched with great interest most local, state, and federal elections. My … [Read More...]
I just wrapped up major evaluation and documentation efforts on one of the coolest (and most challenging) projects I’ve done in a while. The City of Aurora, Colo., which has a population of more than 325,000 east of Denver, is largely a suburban-based community with no real parking vision—just a … [Read More...]
I recently participated in a small long-weekend summit hosted by the Professional Convention Management Association. It was by invitation only and in a lovely destination. I took vacation days for Thursday and Friday, and the event concluded on Sunday. Only after I had made all of the arrangements … [Read More...]
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