Monthly Archives: December 2010

Electrification of North America’s Freight Rail Lines

Some of the lowest hanging fruit in the drive for cleaner, more efficient transportation is the eventual electrification of North America’s freight rail lines. Although increasingly common in the rest of the developed and developing world (the Trans-Siberian route is … Continue reading

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Rural Job Access Mobility

While people often choose to live remotely to save on real estate cost, the bad axiom of rural mobility is that most every other expense goes up with distance from density. Regardless (or at least without enough regard), people continue … Continue reading

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