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The States Gaining And Losing The Most Migrants -- And Money

By Joel Kotkin and Wendell Cox — When comparing the health of state economies, we usually look at employment and incomes. Another critical indicator worth closer attention is where Americans choose to move, and the places they are leaving.

The future of Mobility

John Sanphillippo examines the new and emerging trends in urban mobility, from van pools to self-driving vehicles and mass transit.

UBERPOOL & LYFTLINE: How the New Carpools Will Change Travel

How will new carpool options like LyftLine and UberPool affect…

A 'diet' to give California drivers indigestion

California's proposed “road diet” legislation aims to make congestion so terrible that people will be forced out of their cars and onto transit. It’s not planning for how to make the ways people live today more sustainable.

In Praise of Urban Sprawl

By Shlomo Angel Dense urban living discourages child rearing.…
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How to Make Cities Livable Again

By Joel Kotkin — In his new book, The Human City, Daily Beast columnist Joel Kotkin looks at the ways cities succeed or fail...

FOCUS ON COST-EFFECTIVE GHG EMISSIONS: REPORT

By Wendell Cox... The Reason Foundation has published…
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Mass Transit Expansion Goes Off The Rails In Many U.S. Cities

By Joel Kotkin — Journalists in older cities like New York, Boston or San Francisco may see the role of rail transit as critical to a functioning modern city. Outside of a handful of cities, rail transit...
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What Price Urban Density?

By Fanis Grammenos — We regularly hear the argument that living in a compact city is more affordable than living in one that is more spread out. But what does the data actually show about the cost of housing in compact cities, and the cost of transport in these dense places?

Policing with Velvet Gloves

By Anne Snyder "We've got a lady that’s cut­ting her­self…