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The U.S. has 35 years to build a transportation system in which the average American drives as much as the average German or Brit does...

Sep 25, 2014 Blog Post

The Trinity Parkway is just one of many proposals for massive highway construction or expansion that defy logic and common-sense and threaten to sap resources...

Sep 18, 2014 Blog Post

Transit commuting increased while car commuting - especially in carpools - continued a slow decline.

Sep 18, 2014 Blog Post
Wasted Money and America's Transportation Future

Americans are driving less than in years past. Yet states continue to move forward with highway construction and expansion projects that consume a large share...

Sep 18, 2014 Report

The thing that is striking about the transportation funding crisis is that for as bad as the situation seems at the surface, it is way,...

Sep 17, 2014 Blog Post

Boston's MBTA recently opened its first new transit stop in 27 years, responding to local demand for more transportation options and spurring billions of dollars...

Sep 16, 2014 Blog Post
Will Wisconsin Waste Money on Unneeded Highway Expansion or Invest in 21st Century Transportation Priorities?

Wisconsin’s transportation spending priorities are backwards. In recent years, despite ongoing fiscal challenges, the state has spent billions of dollars on highway expansion projects while...

Sep 9, 2014 Report

With driving lower than in the past – it peaked a decade ago in Wisconsin and nationwide – and transit ridership, bicycling and walking on...

Sep 9, 2014 Blog Post

Bikesharing is a key part of a “full balanced breakfast” of transportation and land-use actions – including vehicle sharing, transit, walkable land-use patterns and many...

Aug 21, 2014 Blog Post

We count on transportation planners and policy-makers to shape investments in infrastructure that are designed to last 40 years or more. With transportation funding running...

Aug 21, 2014 Blog Post

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