- Can anybody tell us how many people are riding transit?
- The burden of choice: On buying squash in the grocery store.
- Expecting obsolesence.
- The built environment, VMT and climate: from tactics to strategy to vision.
- Yesterday's technologies, forever: The fight to keep america dependent on fossil fuels.
- An environmentally-friendly way to reduce flooding and improve water quality in Texas.
- The pollution that unites us.
- Questioning our tolerance for losing old forests.
- Highway spending is eating the budget.
- Driving isn't rising (quite) as fast as we thought.
- A new transportation future, the perils of fracking and solar energy's promise: 2016 in review.
- On transit costs and politics.
- The road ahead. Frontier Group takes on critical issues following the 2016 election:
Envisioning a New Transportation Future
In 2016, with support from the Hewlett Foundation, Frontier Group released two reports outlining the vision and policy steps to achieve a carbon-free transportation future:
- A New Way Forward shows that there are multiple paths to a clean transportation future, available to every American city.
- 50 Steps Toward Carbon-Free Transportation outlines how current U.S. transportation policy sets us back in the fight against global warming and provides an agenda for reform.
Flooding has caused significant damage in Texas in recent years, and pollution from stormwater runoff poses a persistent threat to local waterways. As more land is paved over and climate change increases the frequency of heavy rains, the risk of flooding is likely to increase. Catching the Rain explains how green stormwater infrastructure can be a cost-effective, environmentally-friendly way to limit future damage from flooding and stormwater pollution.