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How refreshing it was last night to hear President Obama in his State of the Union address explicitly call for a "fix-it first" policy for...

Feb 13, 2013 Blog Post

Even by TTI's own methodology, the congestion picture looks far better than it was a few years ago.

Feb 6, 2013 Blog Post

What happens if those “heuristics and biases” that are so determinative of transportation behavior change? In Transportation and the New Generation , we hypothesized –...

Feb 1, 2013 Blog Post

The most rational choice for the federal government would be to shift resources away from new highway projects toward initiatives to repair existing highways, expand...

Jan 15, 2013 Blog Post

Many college towns have long been bastions of bike travel, but the dramatic increase in bike commuting in many of those towns suggests that there...

Jan 9, 2013 Blog Post

In 2012, Frontier Group helped citizens and decision-makers react to rapidly shifting circumstances. Our work this year put us at the cutting edge of debates...

Jan 4, 2013 Blog Post

It is the startling magnitude of the decline in driving among young people, however, that adds the greatest number of “known unknowns” to the mix....

Dec 3, 2012 Blog Post

Leinberger says that, when it comes to walkable development, “[w]hat was perceived as a niche market is becoming the market.” The potential of that market...

Sep 27, 2012 Blog Post

As Massport is discovering – and as thoughtful transportation experts have recognized for decades – riders aren’t the only ones who benefit from transit service....

Jun 6, 2012 Blog Post

We’re seeing change happening across a swath of issues we’re working on, with major implications for the future. This spring we’ve been working to document...

May 16, 2012 Blog Post

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