Transportation

Media Hit | Transportation

Students Rally for High-speed rail

Students at the University of Oregon held a rally to encourage our leaders to bring high-speed rail to the state.

Media Hit | Transportation

Oregon receives $8 million for high-speed rail

OSPIRG and Mayor Kitty Piercy held a press conference to release our newest high-speed rail report and to discuss the future of high-speed rail in Oregon.

Media Hit | Transportation

High-speed rail a slow train coming to Eugene

OSPIRG and Mayor Piercy join together to release OSPIRG's newest report, "On the Right Track," and to discuss the future of funding high-speed rail in Oregon.

Report | OSPIRG | Budget, Tax, Transportation

What We Learned from the Stimulus

The latest data on stimulus spending show that funds spent on public transportation were a more effective job creator than stimulus funds spent on highways. In the 10 months since the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) was signed, investing in public transportation produced twice as many jobs per dollar as investing in roads.

Media Hit | Transportation

Supporters Rally for High-Speed Rail Reality

OSPIRG joins Mayor Kitty Piercy and State Representative Nancy Nathanson calling on Congress to dedicate a full $4 billion to high-speed rail.

Report | OSPIRG Foundation | Transportation

A Better Way to Go

Our transportation system is increasingly out of step with the challenges of the 21st century.  Clean, efficient transit service already saves billions of gallons of oil each year, reduces traffic congestion in our cities, and curbs emissions of pollutants that cause global warming.

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