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Chris Zimmerman

Businesses Moving to Where the Public Transportation Is – Downtown

The deciding factor in Panasonic’s move of its North American headquarters from Secaucus, New Jersey to Newark was public transportation, according to Jim Reilly, vice president of corporate communications. The company relocated from a large corporate campus with lots of green space to an amenity-rich downtown location. Reilly said his company’s relocation has been “transformative”… Read more »

Columbia Pike Streetcar, Affordable Housing Merit Award for Arlington’s Tejada

Because of his work on the Arlington County Board to adopt of a visionary plan for the Columbia Pike corridor, the Coalition for Smarter Growth honored Walter Tejada with its Livable Communities Leadership Award on Thursday night. Tejada, at a swanky awards ceremony at Epic Studio in Washington D.C.’s Dupont Circle, told the story of… Read more »

Chris Zimmerman Offers Transportation Vision at Lab Lunch

An Arlington County Board member since 1996, Chris Zimmerman has been an advocate of transit-oriented development. He will soon start as vice president at Smart Growth America. Here are some tweet highlights from his “Lunch At the Lab” at Mobility Lab today. Photo by Michael Schade [View the story “Chris Zimmerman Offers Transportation Vision at… Read more »

Arlington Focuses on Moving People, Not Cars, in the Nation’s Worst Traffic Metro Area

The Washington D.C. region’s traffic is the worst in the nation — even worse than Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York — according to a new report by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute called the Urban Mobility Report. And in a news article about the findings by NBC Washington, one D.C. commuter says the reason is… Read more »