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Since 2004, the South Atlantic region saw the largest decrease in VMT per capita, declining 8 percent relative to 2004. The West saw the second...

Aug 1, 2014 Blog Post

What would happen if, instead of making transit more expensive to riders, we made it cheaper, or even free?

Jul 16, 2014 Blog Post

Would you rather take a five-minute walk on crowded sidewalk next to four lanes of honking traffic on a clogged urban artery, or a seven-minute...

Jul 14, 2014 Blog Post

It is time for public interest advocates to articulate and fight for a new conception of “right to know” – one that is more expansive,...

Jul 3, 2014 Blog Post

Breaking down issue silos can help us see commonalities and focus our energy on what might be the most important question of all: how do...

Jul 2, 2014 Blog Post

The public policy landscape is changing more rapidly than ever before – presenting new challenges on a nearly weekly basis. Sometimes, the solutions to those...

Jul 1, 2014 Blog Post

This week, my son is attending Lego camp at a community center close to our house. He’s thrilled to spend hours playing with cool Lego...

Jun 25, 2014 Blog Post

We should see the changes of the last decade as a personalized, hand-delivered invitation to think deeper and work harder to identify new opportunities to...

Jun 20, 2014 Blog Post

Young Americans – both Democrat and Republican – are far more likely to express a desire to live in cities than older Americans.

Jun 17, 2014 Blog Post

If most drivers are unwilling to pay the tab for fixing our highways, who will? The likely answer is you.

Jun 2, 2014 Blog Post

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