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Envisioning a New Transportation Future

Webinar: The new year brings a wealth of opportunities for clean transportation – from new models of electric cars and buses to renewed local activism for transit and active transportation – as well as new challenges and obstacles. Join us for a webinar January 31st for a discussion of what comes next.

Read the Reports: 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.

Other Recent Highlights 

  • Tony Dutzik spoke with Marketplace about new car fuel efficiency standards announced by the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • CNBC covered our report with U.S. PIRG Education Fund on increasing overdraft fees at many banks.
  • Tony Dutzik joined speakers including Charlie Ticotsky, policy director for Transportation for Massachusetts, and Robin Chase, the cofounder of Zipcar, to release Fast Forward, a new report on how innovative mobility technologies like autonomous vehicles will impact Massachusetts.
  • Grist highlighted our chart showing "the United States’ mind-blowing clean energy potential."