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Cities across the U.S. are grappling with accommodating the housing needs of their growing and changing populations, a process complicated by the increasing scarcity of...

Apr 12, 2019 Blog Post

My week on BlueBike, Boston's bikeshare system, felt like a glimpse into the future of urban transportation. Now, how can Boston realize a modern transit...

Apr 11, 2019 Blog Post

Can the dream of a new transportation future be as motivating as a brisk ride in a sleek new car? I think it can.

Apr 10, 2019 Blog Post
Five Ways California Can Improve Charging to Unleash the Power of Electric Cars

Electric vehicles are an important tool for combatting global warming, and in order for California to meet its ambitious climate goals, many more Californians will...

Apr 4, 2019 Report

Cities around the world are moving towards developing transportation systems with more options for residents and less dependence on cars. What can they learn from...

Mar 8, 2019 Blog Post

Why would we assume that transportation would be the one sphere of modern life in which my children are just like my parents?

Mar 1, 2019 Blog Post

The primary threat to green space in Denver is not skyscrapers or apartments constructed to accommodate new people. It’s roads, driveways and parking lots we’ve...

Feb 25, 2019 Blog Post
The Hidden Costs of Risky Auto Loans to Consumers and Our Communities

In much of America, owning a car is the price of admission to society. Owning a car is also expensive, and drives millions of households...

Feb 13, 2019 Report

All of Frontier Group’s staff commute to work primarily by walking, biking or running. The following stories of how we adopted our commutes illustrate some...

Feb 5, 2019 Blog Post

Recently, on a call with my Frontier Group colleagues, I shared that I wanted to write a blog about why I love bike commuting. To...

Feb 4, 2019 Blog Post

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