Each year, more than 30,000 people die in car crashes in the U.S. Despite safety improvements, motor vehicle fatalities continue to be an a leading cause of early mortality. A new study shows a significant decrease in automobile travel from 2003-2014 correlated with a decrease in the number of crash deaths.
When the U.S. Senate begins hearings on the appointment of Andrew Puzder it is important to consider his qualifications for leading a federal agency tasked with overseeing and enforcing the nation’s labor laws.
India is experiencing an urban transformation. Given the rapidity of change and the long-lived nature of urban form and infrastructure, the decisions that India’s policy-makers take in the next 5–15 years will lock in its urban pathway for decades to come.
Each year, DCRP students have the opportunity to take a hands-on workshop course. Workshops usually include client-facing work, collaborating with large teams on complex challenges taking place in a North Carolina community.
When the floodwaters recede, each household will face a difficult decision: tear down the soaked drywall and rebuild the home, perhaps higher than before, or sell the property and move on. After Hurricane Floyd in 1999, some entire communities faced this decision.