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July 18, 2013

More transportation options can cut congestion, costs, report says

Increasing transit round-trip work commutes by four days (or eight trips) each month can reduce driving costs by 14 to 26%.


September 13, 2012

Poll: 3 of 4 Americans want more public transit options

Two out of three support government investment to expand and improve public transportation and twice as many people favor new transit — buses, trains and light rail — rather than new highways as the best way to solve America’s traffic woes.


February 23, 2011

Study names 15 top smart transportation cities

Boston, Jersey City, N.J., and Lincoln, Neb., are three of 15 metropolitan regions named as leaders in transportation innovation and smart transit, according to a new study from the National Resources Defense Council.


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