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Though the pandemic kept many of us home in 2020, Americans drove nearly as much in 2021 as in 2019. Here's the data.

Feb 23, 2022 Blog Post

Americans drive a whole lot more than most other people in the world. That means more noise, more pollution and more deaths. Maybe it's time...

Feb 14, 2022 Blog Post
electric vehicle chargers in Summit County

Local governments make decisions about municipal purchasing, the use of public streets and parking garages, planning and zoning, and other issues that can either...

Nov 4, 2021 Report

Electric vehicles are better than ever and selling in record numbers. But we're only in the early stages of building the infrastructure to support them....

Nov 4, 2021 Blog Post

Consumer Reports' new analysis of over 800,000 auto loans might make you rethink getting a car loan through a dealership. And it should make us...

Nov 2, 2021 Blog Post

As people look for alternatives to dirty transportation and new ways to get outside, many have turned to electric-powered-bicycles. Across the country, programs allowing e-bikes...

Jul 27, 2021 Blog Post

Acknowledging that vehicle travel is not destined to continue growing rapidly forever – and, more audaciously, suggesting that a new generation of Americans might prefer...

May 25, 2021 Blog Post

How, in the middle of a climate crisis, does it make sense to make driving artificially cheap by refusing to charge drivers the full cost...

May 5, 2021 Blog Post

Even if a discounted rail pass isn’t enough to get American youth to fall in love with trains, it may just help them to fall...

Apr 20, 2021 Blog Post

America’s auto-centric transportation system is wrecking our health and the environment, but through proven policies and existing technologies, we can fix that.

Apr 16, 2021 Blog Post

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