As Millennials Shun Cars, Boston Rethinks Its Transportation System

A new report about Americans and their cars says the driving boom is over. It calculates that the average number of miles driven in the United States has been declining annually for the past several years and will keep dropping. Advocates of alternative transportation say that means that as Massachusetts and other states make decisions about roads versus more bike- and pedestrian-friendly projects, they shouldn’t “build projects for tomorrow based on assumptions from yesterday.”
Publication: 
WBUR
Publication Date: 
Wednesday, May 15, 2013