Deconstructing Koontz: The Supreme Court Issues Ruling on Land Use

In the media buzz over a series of important Supreme Court cases in June, one ruling with serious implications for land use largely slipped through the cracks.

Oregon's Bridges Among Best Maintained in Nation, but For How Long?

Oregon has done well, but needs federal help and new state-level solutions to fix its crumbling bridges. A new report released today shows that Oregon ranks 7th best nationally in terms of the overall condition of the state’s bridges.

Register-Guard Guest Viewpoint: "Transportation Bill is Step in the Wrong Direction"

In a new guest viewpoint for the Eugene Register-Guard, Chris Rall and Richard Hughes argue that the newly passed federal transportation bill is a disapointment which “represents the last gasp of a 20th century approach.”

Stuck In Reverse: Our Thoughts On the Federal Transportation Bill

On Friday, June 29, Congress approved a 27-month transportation bill, known as a reauthorization. This complex bill, which President Obama is expected to sign today, will have major impacts on safety, job creation, land use, and transportation options across the country.

Partnership for Sustainable Communities Under Threat

Mon, 09/19/2011 (All day)

UPDATE, September 22: The Senate Appropriations Committee has restored funding to this essential program. Thank you to all who contacted their Senators. This vital program will be preserved and continue to provide the jobs and community enhancements that such a unique collaboration makes possible.

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