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America, a nation that has been resolutely future-oriented throughout its history, now risks turning decisively back toward the past.

Nov 22, 2016 Blog Post

There is a direct line from the policy decisions the United States has made over the last century – decisions that have almost universally moved...

Oct 24, 2016 Blog Post

Fast Forward surveys the lay of the land for innovative mobility technologies and tools in Massachusetts, explores their potential impacts, and makes a series...

Oct 14, 2016 Blog Post

Not only can shared networks enable people to choose the right tool for the job, but if we integrate sharing and autonomy into our cities...

Sep 21, 2016 Blog Post

Denver is one of the fastest growing cities in the country and rapidly changing as a result. What this change looks like will largely depend...

Sep 16, 2016 Blog Post

Massachusetts continues to experience a slow slide in car commuting, and an increase in the importance of transit and active transportation – driven in part...

Sep 15, 2016 Blog Post

The history of urban policy over the last century suggests that the words we use to describe our city neighborhoods matter – a lot.

Sep 7, 2016 Blog Post

The need to revisit old assumptions in transportation planning, and to bring a clear-eyed sense of priorities and fresh perspective to transportation policy is as...

Aug 26, 2016 Blog Post

Empathy for the plight of those who drive cannot be an excuse for failing, through appropriate public policy, to try to get the balance of...

Aug 18, 2016 Blog Post

Cheap gas, readily available financing, low interest rates, increasing employment and rising wages have continued to fuel car sales. Now, however, auto industry observers are...

Aug 5, 2016 Blog Post

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