Landscape Architect Urges Congress to Look to Alternatives to Permanent Fencing

ASLA sent a letter to Congress opposing permanent fencing or fortification of the Capitol Complex and offering the expertise of landscape architects in site security design that is both effective and obtrusive.

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ASLA Defends Licensure and Active Transportation

ASLA, along with numerous other organizations nationwide, have many concerns with the proposed revisions to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control devices (MUTCD). Chief among ASLA’s concerns is a provision to exclude landscape architects from interpreting or applying the provisions in the manual, which conflicts with state licensure laws.

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President Biden Addresses the Nation: Moving From Crisis to Opportunity

Last week in his Presidential Address before a Joint Session of Congress, President Biden laid out the framework for his plan for rebuilding the nation.

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U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg Announces Availability of $1 Billion to Modernize and Create New American Infrastructure

The U.S. Department of Transportation is awarding $25 million through the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) grants funding program.

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