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11/7/2017
Federal Rules Add $2100 To Cost Of New Cars
US Department of Transportation report calculates federal safety regulations increase car prices by $2100 and weight by 171 pounds.
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10/27/2017
Report: Billions In Subsidies Fail To Save Transit
Cato Institute report predicts mass transit will largely disappear by the year 2032.
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2/23/2017
Study: Automobile Restrictions Did Nothing To Improve Air Quality
Nature study finds car use restrictions in Mexico City, Mexico failed to deliver on promised improvements in air quality.
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9/1/2016
Study: Recessions Are Good For Traffic Safety
Brookings study finds that recessions improve safety by keeping the worst drivers off of the roads.
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8/17/2016
Study: Road Debris Responsible For 500 Deaths
AAA study finds 500 motorists died over four years in accidents caused by debris falling in the road.
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9/4/2012
UK Labour Party Denies War on Motorists
Group close to the Labour Party argues UK government is not waging war against motorists.
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5/17/2011
Oregon: Study Finds Light Rail System Rarely Used
Despite spending billions on transit, Portland, Oregon residents depend on automobiles for their transportation needs.
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