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The cyclist’s dilemma: How safety, climate and air pollution collide on America’s roadways

By | Matt Casale
Director, 21st Century Transportation Campaign

Walkers and bikers are getting killed at alarming rates -- at a time when we need this type of transportation more than ever. 

AutoNation: Stop selling recalled used cars, don’t spam

By | Adam Garber
Consumer Watchdog

When our new report revealed every single one of the 28 AutoNation dealerships we surveyed across the country was selling a recalled car with a dangerous safety defect you’d hope their response would be: “we’re on it.” It wasn't.

Successful electric bus pioneers overcome challenges of early adoption

By | Matt Casale
Director, 21st Century Transportation Campaign

Cities across the country are rolling out electric buses. What can we learn from their early experiences?

Questions Congress Should Ask CFPB Director Next Week

By | Ed Mierzwinski
Senior Director, Federal Consumer Program

CFPB Director Kathy Kraninger will deliver the statutory “Semi-Annual Report of the CFPB” to the House Financial Services (10/16) and Senate Banking (10/17) Committees next week. Here are some helpful questions for committee members to ask.

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