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This report was done in Maryland but Nathan Phillips suggests that perhaps it should be applied to the way we think about Austin Street..

“Millennials are different from their parents, and those differences aren’t going away,” Maryland PIRG Director Emily Scarr said in a statement. “After five years of economic growth with stagnant driving, it’s time for federal and Maryland government to wake up to growing evidence that millennials don’t want to drive as much as their parents did. This change has big implications and policy makers shouldn’t be asleep at the wheel.”







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