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Reimagineamerica Radio Hour – May 25,2019

Torrents of cold rain and winter winds on Memorial Day.   Are we experiencing climate change or just feeling the Founding Fathers whirling in their graves over the shenanigans in Washington this week? Plus In the Numbers This Week: $16 Billion in Farm Subsidies $19 Billion in Emergency Relief Funds Stalled by ONE GOP House member

Reimagineamerica Radio Hour September 23

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Realistic 21st Century Transit Plan Must Include Urban Monorail

One hour to travel 5 miles? Yes, that’s what it takes during the typical rush hour gridlock on the surface streets or the freeways of Silicon Valley. That forecast is dead wrong. If urban planners cannot overcome the gridlock on our streets and highways, the Innovation Economy will relocate rather than accommodate.

Publicly Accessible Transit Anchors Any Climate Control Strategy

most of us hate the gridlocked traffic that defines our daily lives. More people would happily park their cars if public transit were more accessible. Access means easy to use – close to home and destination, affordable, and on a continuous loop rather than on a time-consuming schedule.

Urban Planning Can Clean Soot Out of Environment

“rush hour” extend right into the “lunch rush”? Just the other day as idled through several lights before being able to turn from one gridlocked street onto another, I had a vision of a different kind of American city - a city a little more like Down Town Disney than Los Angeles. A walkable city is not just the product of my imagination. It is the latest fashion in urban planning – the urban village.

Walking School Bus Maintains Health and Slows Climate Change

We have one walking school bus in a nearby neighborhood. The kids and parents really enjoy it. The walking school bus works just like the yellow school bus - that’s been budgeted out of existence - except that the children join a walk to school rather than boarding a bus.