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One of the first things that I read upon my return from vacation in Germany was Frontier Group intern Dana Bradley’s blog post about the...

Jun 25, 2015 Blog Post

Cities such as Helsinki, Seoul, Dublin and Copenhagen are showing how bold visions for a new transportation future can motivate changes to expand the availability...

Jun 22, 2015 Blog Post

The imperative for climate action, the growing transportation funding crisis, and the emerging uncertainty about future demand for automobile travel all suggest that we open...

Jun 19, 2015 Blog Post

A federal court in Wisconsin yesterday ruled that the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) did not properly justify the...

May 27, 2015 Blog Post
How the "Users Pay" Myth Gets in the Way of Solving America's Transportation Problems

Many Americans believe that drivers pay the full cost of the roads they use through gas taxes and other user fees. That has never been...

May 5, 2015 Report

Any growth in VMT in the future is likely to be slow by historical standards, and any growth in per-capita driving to be minimal.

May 4, 2015 Blog Post

Urban heat islands are a health risk for vulnerable populations, cause people to run air conditioners more (driving up electricity bills and global warming pollution),...

Apr 24, 2015 Blog Post

Before we decide to raise, or not raise, the MBTA’s fares, it is important that we understand how much we have already raised them.

Apr 21, 2015 Blog Post

When compared fairly and accurately on most measures, the MBTA often falls in the middle of the pack among U.S. transit agencies. It neither excels...

Apr 7, 2015 Blog Post

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