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GOP Appropriations Bill Would Slash Transit Funding and Key Safety Policies
How — And More Important, When — To Get Motorists to Ditch The Driving Habit
Some transit agencies send free bus tickets to new residents. But by then, it may already be too late to get them to try an alternative to driving.
Utah’s ‘Road Usage Charging’ Pilot Could Finally Price the Roads Properly
Can new technology make sure drivers pay their fair share?
Study: Two-Thirds of Americans Know Highway Expansions Don’t Cure Traffic
American voters understand what "induced demand" is, even if their leaders do not.