Why Reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled Matters
“Our job now is to prioritize solutions that mitigate the impacts of climate change while equitably improving quality of life. To do so we need to rethink how we build so Californians can drive less."
Which Car-Cutting Strategies Really Work — And Which Ones Will We Accept?
A new study explores what it really takes to cut VMT, and how communities can craft effective plans to transition out of car dependency.
Utah’s ‘Road Usage Charging’ Pilot Could Finally Price the Roads Properly
Right now, drivers pay for their roads through the pump, the tollbooth, and the roadside camera — and it never seems to be enough. Will advanced new technology help them pay their fair share, or increase the subsidy they receive from people who walk and roll?
Less Driving Is Possible — And These US Communities Are Already Doing It
Residents of several states and cities have driven fewer miles on average in recent years than they did two decades ago. This decline suggests that Americans’ high levels of driving are not inevitable — and more communities can follow their lead.
How Copenhagen Measures the Costs of Driving — And Crafts Policy to Reduce Them
The capital of Denmark is constantly doing the math on the true price of car culture. Could America follow their lead?