Tag Archives: Interstates

Off the beaten Interstate path


Below is a list of the larger communities in each state (when applicable) that are not located along America’s Interstate Highway system.┬áMetropolitan Fresno, California with approximately one million residents is the largest individual urban in the United States which is … Continue reading

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The age of the aerotropolis beltway


In the midst of reading John Kasarda and Greg Lindsay’s definitive and thoroughly interesting book entitled Aerotropolis: The Way We’ll Live Next, I began to ponder some of the surface transportation ramifications of this megatrend. In particular, those impacts taking … Continue reading

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