One-way Streets: the Case for Walkability

One-way Streets: the Case for Walkability

One-way streets are more conducive to vehicular traffic than they are to other modes of transportation, directly limiting how walk-, bike-, and transit-friendly the roadway is. Conversions of one-way streets to two-way traffic can lead to more walkable neighborhoods that are safer for pedestrians, cyclists, and residents.

An Update on Opportunity Zones - U.S. Treasury Releases Guidance on Opportunity Funds

An Update on Opportunity Zones - U.S. Treasury Releases Guidance on Opportunity Funds

Treasury has released its first publication for guidance regarding Opportunity Zones, which includes proposed regulations, revenue rulings, and a draft tax form specific to the certification of Opportunity Funds. These proposed regulations are the first set of guidelines since the introduction of the tax bill late last year.