With the rise of transportation demand management (TDM), cities are sharing the responsibility of getting residents and commuters to change the way they travel, with the goal of ending up with fewer vehicles on the road. Residents aren't expected to make a commute change overnight — developers and property managers are an essential part of making it as easy as possible.
October is beautiful for so many reasons: the fall colors, cooler weather, autumn flavors, and of course, Halloween. In the spirit of Halloween, we've collected some of the creepiest haunted spots around the nation that are ridiculously easy to get to.
We've suggested before that proximity to public transit is a bigger factor in searching for a multifamily apartment than in traditional home-buying. Now, we've got the data to back it all up.
If you're in the real estate market in 2018, then you know how powerful location is. Not just location to nearby attractions (although those are still valuable), but location to public transit.
Are you familiar with MobilityScore? (If not, hello! Please direct yourself to this page.) Well, get excited — it’ll now be even easier to use this as a tool for knowing how to get around wherever you need to go.
This Thanksgiving, travel times were slated to be the worst since 2005. For a lot of people, this involves making a choice between making the long drive home or taking a plane to get there.
As part of Amazon’s search for its next headquarters, more than 200 cities have submitted bids to the company to declare they they, above all other options, are the right place for the job. Amazon has a lengthy list of requirements, but the one that involved us the most was direct access to rail, train, subway, and bus routes.