Freeway Fighters: ‘Stop the Highway-Expansion Madness,’ New Coalition Demands
"Endless highway expansions are pulling our country into an environmental, budgetary, and public health crisis," the letter states.
Alleged Decline in Transportation Trips Is the Result of Bad Data Analysis
USDOT counted fewer trips in 2022, because it used a different, and less reliable survey method.
Hundreds of Vision Zero Projects Get Mega Biden Bucks
How will $890 million be spent on 620 projects nationwide?
DOT’s New Emissions Rule Is a Big Deal, Even if It Doesn’t Punish States for Polluting
No states will face penalties for building needless toxic road projects — but they also won't be able to hide those impacts from the public.
‘Bidenomics’: Feds Seek to Promote Commercial Conversions Into Affordable Transit-Friendly Housing
The federal government is going back to the future to help solve three problems: vacant office space, global warming and high housing costs.
New Federal Committee Will Push for Transportation Equity By Helping DOT Reckon With Its Past
"Everybody who alive today and in a position of responsibility is accountable for what we do about transportation inequities. That's why we're here.”
GOP Appropriations Bill Would Slash Transit Funding and Key Safety Policies
Here's what's on the chopping block — and why advocates are staying optimistic.
US DOT ‘Equity Plan’ Ignores the Inequitable Impacts of Highway Expansions
The new Equity Action Plan contains some great ideas to make transportation network better for disadvantaged Americans. But it doesn't include strong measures to prevent racist road projects.
This Year’s RAISE Grants Will Help Disadvantaged Communities
huge share of one of DOT's most important discretionary grant program's funds will go to communities that were historically harmed by transportation investments.