On April 21, 2017, the NADO Research Foundation held the free webinar Access vs. Isolation: Preserving Rail Connectivity. As regional economies change over time, the
The peer exchange summary covers discussion of a small group of regional transportation planners and state Department of Transportation planning staff, as well as engagement with a larger and diverse group of professionals attending the summit Moving Rural America.
This new report presents information on the structures, membership, tasks, and funding for regional organizations conducting rural transportation planning work in about 30 states.
Planning for Transportation Together: Collaborating to Address Transportation and Economic Resilience
Across the nation, state agencies and regional planning and development organizations are working together and with other partners to create jobs, improve access to employment, education, and essential services, and to advance quality of life in communities and regions.
This page catalogues the NADO Research Foundation’s reports and studies on the topic of transportation planning from the years 2005 to 2015. 2014 – Moving
This page catalogues the NADO Research Foundation’s reports and studies on the topic of transportation and economic development from the years 2005 to 2015. 2013
Metropolitan and rural America are highly connected and interdependent. To succeed, metropolitan America needs a healthy and sustainable rural economy and culture, and in turn rural America needs vibrant, well-functioning cities and suburbs to thrive and flourish.
[Click here to download the Powerpoint slides (PDF)] On Wednesday, April 16, the NADO Research Foundation hosted a webinar showcasing case studies in community and
This new publication from the Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable, sponsored by the NADO Research Foundation, highlights innovative community and economic development projects being implemented throughout Tennessee.