Links to Resources
World Wide Web

Links to Government

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Transportation and Community and System Presevation Pilot Program at the US Department of Transportation.

European Academy of the Urban Environment SURBAN, the database on sustainable urban development in Europe

European Academy of the Urban Environment aims to encourage exchange of experience amongst local government decision makers in all spheres of sustainable urban development.

US Global Climate Change Program provides a rich source of data on climate-related issues from a scientific perspective.

B.E.S.T. helps solve pollution, climate change, traffic congestion, and urban sprawl problems.

Surface Transportation Policy Project ("Transact") works to promote a "diversified transportation system." They also publish the Mean Streets report annually.

Bus Rapid Transit site at the Federal Transit Administration

POLIS is an association of European cities and regions working together on transport and environmental issues, in particular via innovative technologies, policies and funding systems.

Vital Climate Graphics is a resource from the United Nations Environment Program.

Walk21 exists to champion the development of healthy sustainable and efficient communities where people choose to walk

Reclaiming city streets for people: Chaos or quality of life? EU

TranStats The Intermodal Transportation Database

Bogotá designs transportation for people, not cars and is becoming a world leader in improving quality of life at low cost.

Energy Information Agency presents the party on energy resources; interesting but possibly not reliable..

Travel on ELTIS (the European Local Transport Information Service).

Moving the Economy promotes sustainable transport and inventories 150 case studies in which sustainable transport yielded measured economic benefits.

United Nations Car-Free Days Freemantle

Singapore Urban Redevelopment Agency offers information of local interest

The Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments is a forum for planning, discussion and study of regional problems of mutual interest and concern to the counties and cities in Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz Counties.

The Participatory City Innovations in the European Union (including a brief history of the carfree movement)

Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center  

New Urban Home The New Urban Home is a sustainable, fleible, and creative solution to individualized contemporary living.

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