Tags: Will Wilkins executive director of TRIP

TRIP report: U.S. transportation system insufficent to meet mobility, safety needs of older drivers

Feb 21, 2012

TRIP report: U.S. transportation system insufficent to meet mobility, safety needs of older drivers

As the Baby Boom Generation begins to turn 65, the number of older Americans and their share of the overall population will swell dramatically. But, according to a new report, although these older Americans will be more mobile and active ...

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TRIP report identifies top transportation projects for Maine

Dec 15, 2011

TRIP report identifies top transportation projects for Maine

In order to adequately support Maine’s existing industries and provide for additional economic growth, the state will need to make numerous improvements to its surface transportation system. This is according to a new report released today by TRIP, a ...

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TRIP: Rural roads can’t support economic growth, fatalities triple from other roads

Aug 31, 2011

America’s rural heartland is home to nearly 50 million people and its natural resources provide the primary source of the energy, food, and fiber that supports the nation’s economy and way of life. But, according to a new report from TRIP, ...

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TRIP releases report: ‘Future Mobility in Missouri: Meeting the State’s Needs for Safe and Efficient Mobility’

Apr 28, 2011

A new report finds that additional transportation funding has allowed Missouri to accelerate bridge repair and replacement, pavement improvements, and safety upgrades. However, deficiencies remain on Missouri’s surface transportation system and recent gains could be lost without continued support for ...

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TRIP: 44 percent of Md.’s major roads need repair

Feb 01, 2011

A new report examining Maryland’s transportation system finds that roads that are congested, deteriorated and not as safe as they could be cost the average Baltimore area motorist $2,226 each year, while Washington, D.C., drivers lose $2,296 annually -- a ...

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TRIP: 44 percent of Md.’s major roads need repair

Jan 31, 2011

A new report examining Maryland’s transportation system finds that roads that are congested, deteriorated, and not as safe as they could be cost the average Baltimore area motorist $2,226 each year, while Washington, D.C., drivers lose $2,296 annually — a ...

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Report: The Top 25 Surface Transportation Projects to Support Economic Growth in Wyoming

Jan 06, 2011

In order to support Wyoming’s rapidly growing energy industry and allow the state’s agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing industries to thrive, the state will need to make numerous improvements to its surface transportation system. This is according to a new report ...

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TRIP: Pennsylvania faces $3.5 billion transportation funding shortfall

Nov 24, 2010

Bridges and roads that are deficient, congested, or lack desirable safety features cost the average Pittsburgh motorist $892 each year, a total of $8.2 billion statewide, due to higher vehicle operating costs, traffic crashes and congestion-related delays, according to a report ...

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TRIP: Alabama’s top 40 transportation chokepoints

Oct 28, 2010

The I-10 Wallace Tunnels in Mobile top the list of Alabama’s worst transportation chokepoints, along with multiple sections of I-65, I-20 and I-85. This is according to a new report released Oct. 28 by TRIP, a Washington, D.C.-based national transportation research ...

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