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In 2012, 86 percent of Americans traveled to work either in vehicles they drove themselves or as part of a carpool. That’s a decline of...

Sep 19, 2013 Blog Post

As customers replace automobile banking with mobile banking, Bank of America closes drive-through tellers.

Sep 4, 2013 Blog Post

Highways such as Rochester’s Inner Loop stand as monuments to exactly how much was sacrificed to our half century-long quest to slice a few seconds...

Sep 3, 2013 Blog Post

Colleges and universities, by nature, are excellent laboratories for innovation and great places to test out alternative approaches to problems such as transportation. The strategies...

Aug 30, 2013 Blog Post

After nearly a decade of stagnation in driving, the onus should now fall on defenders of a highway-centric vision of transportation policy to defend it....

Jul 26, 2013 Blog Post

Regardless of whether you think that Millennials are driving less because they’re responding to economic signals or because they are striking out in a new...

Jul 15, 2013 Blog Post

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

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