Transportation

Report | Florida PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

A New Course

Universities and colleges across the country are taking steps to encourage their communities, students, faculty and staff to decrease their reliance on personal vehicles. These efforts are working well – saving money for universities, improving the quality of life in college towns, and giving today’s students experience in living life without depending on a personal car.

News Release | Florida PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

New Study Finds Technology Enabling Americans to Drive Less

Florida PIRG Education Fund compiled evidence on transportation apps and vehicle sharing programs and found that these advanced new tools have made it easier for Americans to drive less. 

Report | Florida PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

A New Way to Go

News Release | Florida PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

Moving Off the Road

Issue | Health Care

Fighting The High Cost Rx Drugs

Brand-name drug companies have been paying off generic drug makers to delay competition and keep prices high. This widespread pay-for-delay scheme needs to be put to an end. 

Report | Florida PIRG Education Fund | Transportation

A New Direction

The Driving Boom—a six decade-long period of steady increases in per-capita driving in the United States—is over. The time has come for America to hit the “reset” button on transportation policy—replacing the policy infrastructure of the Driving Boom years with a more efficient, flexible and nimble system that is better able to meet the transportation  needs of the 21st century. 

A New Direction In Driving Trends

After a 60 year boom, driving is on the decline in the U.S. and no likely scenario shows it returning to previous levels of growth. 

News Release | Florida PIRG | Transportation

Transportation Bill is a Step Backwards

Statement by Phineas Baxandall, Florida PIRG’s Senior Transportation Analyst, regarding the disappointing federal Transportation Bill as released from conference committee today.

News Release | Florida PIRG | Transportation

Data Shows 290 Bridges in Florida Remain Structurally Deficient on Eve of Obama Bridge Speech

With President Obama calling for robust investments in repairing America’s crumbling roads and bridges today, Florida PIRG released data today documenting the number of “structurally deficient” bridges in the state.

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