How willing are consumers to ride in a car controlled entirely by technology that does not require a human driver?
Changing the agency leadership or political party in power does not change the self-preservation culture of public employees in government agencies.
GEORGIA PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION EVENT May 16, 2013 Contact Benita Dodd at 404-256-4050 or email@example.com Education, Education, Education: 3 Upcoming Foundation Events! Atlanta – The world is changing fast, but we seem to be standing still when it comes toaaa
There’s been a massive decline in senior bus passengers in Luzerne County, Pa., after allegations in July 2012 that bus drivers were counting “ghost riders” to increase state funding. Drivers manually log senior riders, who must produce a senior transitaaa
Americans’ preference for the suburbs has been demonized, and metro Atlanta’s spread-out suburbs have earned it the label of “poster child for sprawl.” Despite this push toward central cities, consumer preference remains single-family homes in the suburbs, Joel Kotkin writes inaaa
Teaming up against teeth whitening, abuse-proof drugs, and doctors’ misdiagnosis rates and lies about cause of death.
Is commuter rail between Jacksonville, Fla., and St. Augustine worth the cost?
Cincinnati Enquirer seeks Foundation’s view on streetcar budget overruns
There are consequences when government picks winners and losers – and not just in Detroit or on Wall Street.
Scott Johnson, a new member of the state Board of Education, says Foundation, an “honest broker,” is examining Common Core.