A growing number of municipalities and small towns are considering a low or even no minimum off-street parking requirement.
After almost 50 years of trial and error, bike sharing has finally grown from its western European roots to blossom as a global enterprise.
After stalling during the recession, transit ridership is on a roll again as more and more people opt to park their cars and board buses, light rail and commuter trains. The nation’s transit ridership rose for the sixth straight quarter between April and June of this year, according to the American Public Transportation Association (APTA).
Last summer, Congress finally adopted a new law setting funding levels and policy priorities for federal investment in highways, bridges and public transportation.
Members who did not complete required Code of Ethics training before the Dec. 31, 2012, deadline will be suspended from membership by their local boards. While suspended, you can still access Realtor.org to satisfy your training, but other membership services and privileges are affected.
Suspended members have until March 1, 2013, to complete training before their membership is automatically terminated. For more information, contact your local board.
On Jan. 1 both the Senate and House passed H.R. 8, legislation to avert the “fiscal cliff.” The bill was signed into law by President Barack Obama on Jan. 2.