Mondays 44: The Integrated Travel Project

November 18, 2019

Gillian Gillette of Caltrans and Jeroen Kok of Rebel Group join Mondays this week and talk about the California Integrated Travel Project and the Market Sounding report they did to look at the potential interest for developing the future of integrated payment systems.  We also went over the usual news and reviews from the previous week.



Milwaukee workers no longer required to live in city – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Coastal cities made to plan more housing – LA Times

220 Acre park near downtown Charlotte – Charlotte Agenda

Odds and Ends

Will Kansas City have free transit? – Kansas City Star

Cities sue FCC over fees – Bloomberg

Story of the Week

What does transportation equity mean? – University of Toronto

How transit scaling shapes cities –

How megacities of Europe stole a continent’s wealth – Guardian

Puppies and Butterflies

Jeff Tumlin to run the SFMTA – Streetsblog SF

Funny clip from Utopia on Australian Broadcast Channel – via Brent Toderian tweet

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