Topic : U.S. PIRG

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Report: Reduction in driving likely to continue in U.S.

Bus| May 16, 2013
The Millennial generation is leading the change in transportation trends. Sixteen to 34-year-olds drove a whopping 23% fewer miles on average in 2009 than in 2001 — the greatest decline in driving of any age group.

Is transit industry ready for Generation Y?

| May 25, 2012
Recently, the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute in Ann Arbor conducted a study on the driving habits of 16 to 39 year olds. The study found that number of 17-year-olds that had a driver’s license dropped significantly over a period of 25 years, from 69% in 1983 to 50% in 2008. Meanwhile, American aged 20 to 24 saw a drop as well, from 92% in 1983 to 82% in 2008.
Rail| March 9, 2011

Advocacy group teams with ‘Mad Men’ actors for high-speed rail video

Vincent Kartheiser, Rich Sommer and U.S. PIRG developed the video in conjunction with online video site Funnyordie.com as a way to reach new audiences and build excitement for high-speed rail projects around the country.

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