Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and a leader in North America for its success at creating a dense, transit-oriented metropolis over the past half-century.
Indiana's capital is experiencing a downtown renaissance triggered in part by active transportation projects like the Cultural Trail and bikeshare system. Now, a transit plan focused on deploying new rapid transit bus lines on the horizon.
The high-speed boulevards of Las Vegas are a challenging environment for transit, but transit demand is also off the charts. The core of the citywide market is the Resort Corridor, encompassing the Las Vegas Strip and downtown, where key lines run at a profit.
Edmonton is a prairie metropolis built partly on oil wealth that boasts a vibrant urban core and fast-growing transit system.
Situated in the center of the Willamette Valley, Oregon's capital encounters unique challenges and opportunities as it seeks to better match its transit services to the needs of its residents.
Minneapolis and St Paul are often rivals, but both have strong commitments to sustainable transportation.
Spokane features beautiful hillside districts of historic homes alongside easy horizontal growth and the challenges of maintaining strong centers, including downtown.
Ohio's fast-growing capital city is working to improve the utility and viability of transit for its citizens.