An integrated mobility system—where you can plan, book, and pay for multiple modes of transit to get you from point A to point B— is not as far off as you might imagine.
Our recently released report shows how interoperable transit data can lay the foundation for a shift away from single-occupancy vehicle trips to convenient, cost-effective, and personally productive shared assets, or what we call “mobility as a service.”
Across the country and the world, unsubsidized solar energy is reaching cost parity with fossil fuels. The same cannot (yet) be said for electric vehicles (EV) compared to gasoline-burning ones. While unsubsidized EVs have not reached cost parity with gasoline vehicles for the average driver, EV sales are surging in…
A growing number of stakeholders are prioritizing shipping efficiency, and with this growing prioritization, these parties are starting to shift money towards and reward more-efficient vessels.
Finding more money for the Highway Trust Fund overlooks the more fundamental question: will we need more HTF revenue and will we need to build more road capacity in the years and decades ahead?