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Transportation Alternatives Data Exchange (TrADE)

Newletter Archive

NTAC publishes a quarterly e-bulletin on the Transportation Alternatives Program called What's on TAP?. Each bulletin profiles a notable TA project and provides the latest news from the world of TA.

Current Issue:

Fall 2013: Status of the National Transportation Enhancements Clearinghouse pdf icon

Our former quarterly newsletters TE Corner and Connections are also available on this page. In this archive you can still find TE-related news from Capitol Hill; technical articles on TE project development; TE-related resources; and examples of outstanding TE projects. 

The Archive contains PDF versions of all TE Corner and Connections quarterly newsletters.

The TE Corner Archive

Our former newsletter, TE Corner  covered the news with the former Transportation Enhancements program under SAFETEA-LU.

Summer 2013: Urban Cycling - The Growth of Physically Separated Bicycle Paths pdf icon

Spring 2013Vegetation Management - Incorporating Landscaping and Beautificationpdf icon

Winter 2013: NTEC Rebranding as NTAC pdf icon

Summer 2012: NTEC Concludes Successful TE Professionals Seminar pdf icon

Spring 2012: NTEC Launches Transportation Enhancements Excellence Certificate pdf icon

Winter 2012: Breaking News in Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Transportation Enhancements pdf icon

Fall 2011: (Re)Authorization Review: Whats Happening in Washington pdf icon

Summer 2011: Urban Rain Gardens: A Solution to Road Runoff pdf icon

Spring 2011: Bringing the Message of TE to Washington pdf icon

Winter 2011: TE and National Wildlife Refuges: Increasing Access pdf icon

Fall 2010: New Kent County - "A Great Place to Cycle" pdf icon

Summer 2010:Rehoboth Boardwalk "Shored Up" With Help of Recovery Act pdf icon

Spring 2010: Archaeological Research Project Links Trail of Tears pdf icon

Winter 2010: Miami-Based Project Gets Results pdf icon

Fall 2009: Louisiana Enhancement Project is a Finalist pdf icon

Summer 2009: City of Salem Buys Bargain Bridge pdf icon

The Connections Archive

Vol. 11 No. 2: The TE Argument pdf icon

Vol. 11 No. 1: North Carolina DOT Wins Prestigious Award for Restoring Railroad Stations & Green Infrastructure with TE funds pdf icon

Vol. 10 No. 4: TE Professionals Build Skills at Biennial Seminar pdf icon

Vol. 10 No. 3: Toolbox for Evaluating Potential TE Wildlife Projects pdf icon

Vol. 10 No. 2: New Guide to Enhancing America's Communities & 2006 Rescission Impact on TE Published pdf icon

Vol. 10 No. 1: Transportation Enhancements and Wildlife pdf icon

Vol. 9 No. 4: The Erie Canal: Transportation Enhancements' Trek Through NY State pdf icon

Vol. 9, No. 3: The Healthy Transportation Network: Linking Safety and Community Design pdf icon

Vol. 9, No. 2: Connecting Young Adults with Transportation Enhancements: The Benefits of Youth Corps pdf icon

Vol. 9, No. 1: The Vista House: TE's Landmark in Historic Preservation pdf icon

Vol. 8, No. 4: Congress Passes New Transportation Act pdf icon

Vol. 8, No. 3: TE Program Hits FHWA Obligations Target pdf icon

Vol. 8, No. 2: The High Street Cap: Bridging the Gap pdf icon

Vol. 8, No. 1: Considering Contamination in a Rail-Trail Conversion pdf icon

Vol. 7, No. 4: TE Projects: Gateways to Success pdf icon

Vol. 7, No. 3: TE Obligation Rate Approaches 75 Percent pdf icon

Vol. 7, No. 2: TE Funds Revitalize Urban Areas pdf icon

Vol. 7, No.1: FHWA Comments on Reauthorization, Updates on Q&As pdf icon

Vol. 6, No. 4: TE Managers Meet, Extensive Q&A pdf icon

Vol. 6, No. 3: Nationwide TE Obligation Rate on the Rise pdf icon

Vol. 6, No. 2: Capitalizing on Partnership Funding Opportunities pdf icon

Vol.6, No.1: Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety and Educ. pdf icon

Vol.5, No.4: Environmental Mitigation with TE Funds pdf icon

Vol.5, No.3: TE Obligation Rate Continues to Climb pdf icon

Vol.5, No.2: Reflections on ten years of TE and reauthorization pdf icon

Vol.5, No.1: TE Managers Meet in St. Louis pdf icon

Vol.4, No.4: TE and Scenic Byways pdf icon

Vol.4, No.3: National TE Obligation Rate Improves/ CA Lessons Learned pdf icon

Vol.4, No.2: TEA Challenge Results/ TE and Smart Growth pdf icon

Vol.4, No.1: The Oregon Trail/ TE Questionnaire pdf icon

Vol.3, No.4: Maryland's Anacostia Trail/ Discussion of New TE Activities pdf icon

Vol.3, No.3: Report on National TE Obligation Rate pdf icon

Vol.3, No.2: C&O Canal Restored with TE Funds/ Trail-Health Link Made pdf icon

Vol.3, No.1: Meridian Depot Restoration and FHWA Guidance Update pdf icon

Vol.2, No.4: TE Guidance Q & A pdf icon

Vol.2, No.3: FHWA Releases Interim TE Guidance pdf icon

Vol.2, No.2: TE Funds Save Habitat Near San Diego pdf icon

Vol.2, No.1: Youth Corps and Enhancements pdf icon

Vol.1, No.8: Short-Tea Transfers pdf icon

Vol.1, No.7: Making Downtown the Place to be pdf icon

Vol.1, No.6: TEA-21 Overview and San Diego TE Manager Meeting Summary pdf icon

Vol.1, No.5: ISTEA2 and Transportation Enhancements pdf icon

Vol.1, No.4: Historic Preservation and Transportation Enhancements pdf icon

Vol.1, No.3: TE Program Enhances Bicycling and Walking pdf icon

Vol.1, No.2: Congress Debates ISTEA Reauthorization pdf icon

Vol.1, No.1: New Streamlining Measures pdf icon


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