Find out how transportation analytics can help communities make electric vehicle charger deployment more convenient and affordable in four key ways.
Dr. Laura SchewelAugust 31, 2021
How we can make the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework more successful: Require lawmakers to prioritize accountability when it comes to spending taxpayer dollars.
Dr. Laura SchewelJuly 19, 2021
Before we fund the $2 billion transportation infrastructure bill we must guarantee that our tax dollars achieve the intended goal. Here is how agencies can predict impact and measure before-and-after results.
Dr. Laura SchewelMay 18, 2021
Shared automated electric vehicles (SAEV) could combine the safety and convenience of self-driving cars, the efficiency of shared mobility, and the sustainability of EVs. This analysis evaluates requirements and impact.
Gordon BauerApril 5, 2021
Traffic congestion in major urban areas is shifting, post-COVID. Our analysis of rush-hour traffic shows that while total miles driven are back to pre-COVID levels, when and where trips occur is quite different.
Thomas GroganNovember 4, 2020
To understand (and predict) how work-from-home policies impact vehicle miles traveled statistics, we analyzed how commutes changed in 2020 for Seattle’s four largest employers.
Andrew ThompsonOctober 5, 2020
Boston Consulting Group analyzes changes in vehicle miles traveled (VMT) in 2020 by state, county, and MSA, then grouped them into four archetypes.
Augustin K. WegscheiderJuly 24, 2020
California’s SB 743 is an inspired way to evaluate transportation projects. Here’s why VMT impact should inform planning in all states
Sal AkhterMay 13, 2020
Surprising transportation emissions findings from StreetLight Data’s 2020 U.S. Transportation Climate Impact Index.
Dr. Laura SchewelFebruary 10, 2020