By transforming our vehicles, rethinking the design of our cities and towns, maximizing the benefits of new technologies, and doubling down on proven strategies like public transit, the Midwest can ensure that the transportation system we pass on to our children is clean, resilient, equitable and accessible to all.

Here are two things you probably don’t know about colonoscopies. First, they’re one of the most commonly performed screening exams. Millions of us get colonoscopies each year, but we don’t like to talk about it. Second, you probably don’t know how much a colonoscopy costs, even if you are a patient who has scheduled an exam. That’s because colonoscopies are like most health care services: patients don’t know the cost in advance of receiving care.

Elizabeth Ridlington

What does “human error” really mean? And what is the role of automated vehicles in protecting us from it? These are important questions to clarify if we are going to get the greatest safety benefit out of AV technology.

Shimon Schaff

The interactivemap brings together more than 5,000 data points from more than a dozen federal, state and local government databases to provide as complete a picture of water quality threats in the Delaware basin as possible. 

Tony Dutzik

The Washington Post reported on one of the new 2018 highway boondoggles: Maryland's $9 billion "Traffic Relief Plan."

In a CNN opinion piece, policy analyst Alana Miller described the threat of oil and gas drilling to one of America's iconic natural areas: Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado.

An AP story reported on the finding from Trouble in the Air that the Las Vegas area had 145 days of poor air quality in 2016. 

Florida canceled plans to add toll roads along Interstate 275 in Tampa, a project that we highlighted as a "highway boondoggle" in our 2016 report.

Our latest Following the Money report sparked editorials calling for more government transparency in states including West Virginia and Rhode Island.

Our new report on the environmental benefits of electric buses was covered by the Washington Post and Associated Press.