Millennials Can’t Change U.S. Driving Habits Alone

Interesting article about Millennials and our affect on our world! Freemark of The Transport Politic notes that some “hopeful commentators” are banking on today’s millennials (those between ages 18 to 34 in 2015) who have shown a greater inclination for transit usage, biking, and living in cities than preceding … Continue reading Millennials Can’t Change U.S. Driving Habits Alone

Bicyclist Deaths Associated with Motor Vehicle Traffic — United States, 1975–2012 (CDC)

August 14, 2015 / 64(31);837-841 Jason Vargo, PhD1; Benjamin G. Gerhardstein, MPH2; Geoffrey P. Whitfield, PhD3; Arthur Wendel, MD3 Physical activity, including bicycling, is linked with multiple health benefits (1). However, although bicycles account for only about 1% of trips across all modes of transportation, on a per … Continue reading Bicyclist Deaths Associated with Motor Vehicle Traffic — United States, 1975–2012 (CDC)