Agenda 21 and America in 2050
Megaregions in Google Earth
Recommendations for a Trans-American Passenger Network
Recommendations for a Trans-American Freight Network
America 2050 calls for a Trans-American Freight Network with investments that will alleviate highway and rail bottlenecks, electrify the rails, and green the nation’s seaports. These investments should foster the growth of our economy, reduce the systems impact on the natural environment, and help to offset the impact of the freight system on local communities. To accomplish these goals the federal government needs to articulate a national freight policy. The following illustrative map identifies key freight corridors, bottlenecks in major metropolitan regions, and the nation’s global gateways where these investments might be focused.
Cascadia Megaregion and Its Environs
This map was developed for America 2050′s high-speed rail planning charrette, “Connecting Cascadia: A High-Speed Rail Vision for the Pacific Northwest.” The map synthesizes current land use patterns, transportation networks, and regional plans along the Cascadia Corridor from Eugene, OR to Vancouver, BC. The map was developed to help stakeholders consider the corresponding investments and strategies needed for land use, connecting transportation, station-area planning, economic development, and landscape conservation, in order to leverage investments in high-speed rail.
Scoring of National Rail Corridors
Regional Air Market and Interstate Highway Congestion
Regional Passenger Rail Service
Maps by America 2050, Regional Plan Association are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.
Based on a work at www.america2050.org.
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Wildlands project map
F.E.M.A.- Federal Emergency Management Agency Map
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Brundtland Report our common future.pdf
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