It may still seem a long way off, but preparations for the 2020 Decennial Census are already underway. The vast majority of data on our indicators and Regional Dashboard pages are from other Census products or non-Census sources, and while we’ve discussed how best to use and interpret these, we’ve spent very little time talking […]
Where do the gubernatorial candidates stand on transportation issues? Pritzker says he would fund transportation improvements primarily by changing Illinois’ income tax system. Incumbent Governor Rauner announced an $11 billion infrastructure plan on May 29 that aims to repair and upgrade the state’s roads and bridges.
Solar power is an up-and-coming renewable resource, with the potential to provide sustainable energy in our region as well as nationally and globally. The cost of solar at the household level, previously a major barrier to adoption, has decreased substantially in recent years, and opportunities have increased for both homeowners and renters to cover some […]
The Transportation Improvement Program, FY 2019-2022 was approved by the CUUATS Policy Committees on June 20, 2018. Anyone may review the TIP web page including the TIP projects, project map, and other linked content and submit comments or questions to Ashlee McLaughlin, CUUATS Transportation Planner.
Every year, a point-in-time survey is conducted in Champaign County and around the country to count the number of individuals and households experiencing homelessness. This month on the blog, we’re taking a look at the results of the Champaign County 2018 point-in-time survey, some past trends from the same survey conducted in previous years, and […]
CVP applications (first part) are due May 31, 2018. Accompanying documents, such as a formal letter of endorsement from a local public transportation provider, FTA certification, etc. are due on June 30, 2018. The full list of required documents can be found on page 3 of the CVP application.
Another public open house concerning the Weaver Park & East Urbana Kickapoo Rail Trail (KRT) Connectivity Study will take place on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, at the Champaign County Highway Department.