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Increasingly, citizens are coming to recognize that transportation funding is a zero-sum game – the money that is funneled into expanding highways is money that...

Jul 3, 2013 Blog Post

Cox and Poole would very much like you to believe that Millennials are just itching to follow the residential and transportation footsteps of their parents...

Jun 21, 2013 Blog Post

Sure, a six decade-long trend of ever-increasing driving has shifted to a prolonged period of stagnation. But it’s long been understood that growth in driving...

Jun 19, 2013 Blog Post
Wisconsin Spends Big on Questionable Highways, Even as Driving Declines

Wisconsin’s transportation system is at a crossroads. The state’s roads and bridges are aging and maintenance needs are increasing. Funding for transit service has been...

May 23, 2013 Report

Road Overkill looks at the experience of seven recently built Wisconsin highways. It finds that, in each case, traffic is failing to materialize on...

May 23, 2013 Blog Post

Our new report, A New Direction: Our Changing Relationship with Driving and the Implications for America’s Future , makes the case that America has come...

May 16, 2013 Blog Post
Our Changing Relationship with Driving and the Implications for America's Future

The Driving Boom - a six decade-long period of steady growth in per-capita driving in the United States - is now over. We don't yet...

May 14, 2013 Report

If you care about transportation policy, you really need to pay attention to the multiplicity of new mobile technology-enhanced transportation options coming onto the scene,...

May 2, 2013 Blog Post

This winter, Frontier Group’s research helped spur debate on public interest issues that have gained new resonance in today’s high-stakes discussions about reforming our tax...

Apr 29, 2013 Blog Post

Not only did the National Academy of Sciences panel fail to recognize the potential for systems-level changes in the future, but it also failed to...

Mar 25, 2013 Blog Post

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