What if we could build a future where cars, highways and outdated infrastructure don’t dominate our lives?
Which highway and infrastructure projects our government spends money on can shape our communities and have a direct impact on the quality of our lives. But far too often we are cut out of those decisions, or lack the information we need to make sure bad projects are stopped, and the right investments get made. Together we can make sure our leaders are making the right choices, and building a better future for all of us.
Less driving is possible
Fix at Six
USDOT now accepting applications for the Reconnecting American Communities program
Many communities were cut off by highway projects. A new program aims to help.
New report: Groups call on WisDOT to “Fix at Six”
Plans to expand the I-94 East West corridor in Milwaukee could be replaced with a safer option that shifts investments to more pressing transportation needs, according to a new report released Tuesday. Titled “Fix at Six,” the study unveils the Transit/Rehab Alternative, which would better meet the current and future needs of Milwaukeans and Wisconsinites. The report comes out as the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) begins the public input process for a supplemental environmental review of the proposed highway expansion.
New report proposes roadmap for how to transform America’s transportation infrastructure
America’s current transportation system has been designed, built and centered around the automobile, and it is a public health disaster. U.S. PIRG Education Fund and Frontier Group’s latest report, Transform Transportation, identifies the numerous harmful health impacts caused by America’s car-centric transportation system and provides a three-step roadmap toward a healthier, more sustainable approach to transportation infrastructure.