2011 report by the Brookings Institute's Metropolitan Policy Program on the transit options of U.S. households without private vehicles.
2011 study published in the British Medical Journal examining the health and environmental benefits of public cycling initiatives.
An AEI-Brookings Joint Center study published in 2004 that assesses the comparative risks of cell phone use and consuming alcohol on drivers' performance.
2011 study by the Brookings Institution on how well U.S. public-transportation networks line up with the needs of workers and commuters.
Suggested ways to use scholarly research as a lens through which to see events in a reporter's area.
2011 report by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on how building location factors into the total cost of household energy use.
2007 study in Injury Prevention on car seat positioning and safety outcomes for children.
2009 study in Annals of Emergency Medicine on medical service response times and survival rates among trauma victims.
2011 study in American Economic Journal: Applied Economics on reduced auto pollution through electronic tolls and effects on fetal health outcomes.
2008 study by the Transportation Research Record on correlation between fuel prices and the use of public transportation networks.