Concluding Remarks & Next Steps
Bruce Agnew, Director of the Cascadia Center at the Discovery Institute, summarizes the beneficial points of the ferry roundtable discussion. He tells what he will do next with the information gathered and what others ought to do as well.
Ferry Roundtable: Welcoming Remarks
Bruce Agnew, Dir., Cascadia Center Read More ›
Tunneling 101 with Ross Reynolds – KUOW 94.9
A comprehensive look at replacing the Alaskan Way Viaduct with a deep-bore tunnel. Cascadia Center’s Bruce Agnew provides background and context.
Most Overlooked News Of 2009 – Tunnel Differences
This article contains an interview with the Cascadia Center’s Bruce Agnew. You can listen to the interview here.
Melding Rich History, Promising Future
When state Sen. Mary Margaret Haugen cuts the ribbon to open the new Stanwood train station today, it will be back to the future for the Stanwood-Camano Island area. For an area rich in history of lumber mills, fish canneries, steamboats and trains, the new station represents a remarkable new opportunity to expand travel options for commuting, attending major events Read More ›
Bruce Agnew In Radio News Segment On Eastside Rail & Trail
Radio news segments aired about the Eastside Rail and Trail that have soundbites from Discovery Institute Fellow Bruce Agnew. The two soundbites can be found here and here.
Power ’09: Bruce Agnew
Can You Hear That Train A-Coming? We Might Get Amtrak Back
This article, published by the Idaho Statesman, quotes Discovery Institute Fellow Bruce Agnew: “It looks incredibly encouraging for the Pioneer,” Bruce Agnew said. “Amtrak’s budget has doubled, and people are recognizing that investing in rail improves transportation for agriculture and other goods, reduces greenhouse gases and provides an alternative to crowded airports and highways.” The rest of the article can Read More ›
Amtrak Rails May Ring In Trains’ Return
This article, published by the Idaho Business Review, quotes Discovery Institute Fellow Bruce Agnew: “We have to come to this with some imagination,” Cascadia Center Policy Director Bruce Agnew said at the PNWER conference. He suggested partnerships could be forged with groups like Tourism Idaho and commuter rail systems along the line in Denver and Seattle. The rest of the Read More ›