Studies & Reports
Why So Many U.S. Drivers Think Speeding Is Perfectly Safe
Do Americans hit lethal speeds because they're in a rush, or because they have no idea that they're increasing their chances of death with every tick of the odometer?
Report: Americans Are Walking Less As Pedestrian Deaths Rise
America's walking rates took a nosedive during the pandemic — and they still haven't recovered.
Anti-Fat Bias Harms the Movement for Safe Streets — Particularly for Kids
Why are we only focusing on calorie-burning when advocating for active transport to school? Because of bad research.
Study: Remote Work Isn’t Always A Cure for America’s Driving Addiction
A lot of Americans traded long commutes for short errands during the pandemic — but whether that swap resulted in more or less driving is a consequence of policy choices.
Study: Most US Cyclists Say They’d Move To Cities That Offered to Buy Them E-Bikes
Could the humble e-bike credit become a powerful economic development tool?