Ticket reservations may be made by calling 866-801-3463 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays.
Read more: http://www.kentucky.com/2011/04/22/1716243/my-old-kentucky-dinner-train-to.html#ixzz1KNtjbH9s
The Midwest High Speed Rail Association Annual Meeting is happening again this year in Chicago. Looks like a good set of speakers this year. If anyone manages to go to this, please let us (CART) know!
UPDATE: Kentucky-Indiana Rail Advocates (KIRA) is sending 3 representatives.
What about building one of these connecting UofL to the medical center?
Writes Justin Mog:
UofL is working with Bike Louisville and area neighborhood groups to create an on-street bike facility northbound from Cardinal Blvd providing safe, (s)low-traffic connectivity with our Health Sciences Center downtown. We think this is an ideal test-case for Louisville's first dedicated Bike Boulevard with limited, local-access-only auto traffic. Come share your ideas about how this could work!
When: Thursday, April 21, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Where: Central Park Info Center
Approximately 75 supporters gathered tonight to hear details on the Brownsboro Road Diet and Sidewalk project. The project is expected to break ground this summer. This news was met with enthusiastic applause from the crowd, whose only complaint was that the project wasn't already complete!
Thursday night. Click "Read More" for details...
Ralph Tharp, executive director of Kentucky Capital Development Corporation in Frankfort, is championing a new passenger rail service linking Louisville, Lexington, and nine other stops. Trains would run at commute hours, and combine the speed of driving with the superior comfort, safety and economy of rail.
More information: Riding the Train - State-Journal.com
|What||CART Quarterly Meeting|
|When||Monday, April 18th - 6-8 pm|
University of Louisville
|Why||You want to hear about Passenger Rail|
|How||in partnership with University of Louisville's Sustainability Council|
Will we have a city forever wishing its streets were superhighways, or built for people too? Tuesday, you get to decide.
For thirty years, residents of Clifton and Clifton Heights have had no way to walk along the north side of Brownsboro Road. The road abuts an overgrown cliff face, that makes it impossible to access the traffic light for safe crossing. After over a decade of tireless work by the Clifton Community Council, Clifton Heights Community Council, and the blind community, there is a chance to finally make this right: a "road diet" for Brownsboro Road, removing a vehicle lane and rebuilding it as a sidewalk. This is not considered a radical idea in most cities, but it will be a very big deal in Louisville.
What if we could knit the Tyler Park and Germantown together, making walking between them an easy, pleasant experience?
Here is a proposal to improve a little valley's transportation, on the borders of the Highlands and Germantown.