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Tag: Commuting

Your commute feels longer because it probably is

Your commute feels longer because it probably is

| March 26, 2015

Does it feel like your commute is getting longer? It probably is. A new study from the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, The Growing Distance Between People and Jobs in Metropolitan America, discovers that as people and jobs headed to the suburbs in the 2000s, the number of jobs located near the average resident dropped. And […]

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Transportation roundup 2/5/15

Transportation roundup 2/5/15

| February 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Streets & Highways News/other: Metro-North Train Hits S.U.V. in Railroad’s Deadliest Accident // New York Times After Metro-North Train Crash, Investigators Piece Through ‘Utter Chaos’ // New York Times Investigation Underway in Metro-North Train Crash // New York Times What to Do if Your Car Is Stuck on the Train Tracks // New York Times Metro-North Crash Brings New […]

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Transportation roundup 12/16/14

Transportation roundup 12/16/14

| December 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Streets & Highways Congress Passes Spending Omnibus: A Look at Key Planning Programs // Policy News For Planners We May Soon Be Able to Track Exactly How Badly Corporate Tax Breaks Fail Cities // Next City Can You Stop Traffic By Making Every Citizen Responsible For A Smooth Commute // Co.Exist Uber’s Sydney Debacle Is Yet More Reason […]

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Millennials leading the way in carless commuting

Millennials leading the way in carless commuting

| October 13, 2014

While baby boomers continue to drive to work en masse, recently released census data suggests that transportation-related change is afoot. Commuters, led by young workers, are moving towards carless transportation, opting increasingly for public transport and walking, reports the Brookings Institution. Census information from the 2013 American Community Survey points out the specifics: workers aged […]

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