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News Release | Transportation

New Report Shows Georgians Are Driving Less

Atlanta - Georgians have cut their per-person driving miles by nearly twelve percent since 2005, while the nation’s long term driving boom appears to have ended, according to a new report from the Georgia PIRG Education Fund. Georgia’s double-digit decline in driving rates is almost five percentage points above the national average. 

News Release | U.S. PIRG

EPA opens applications, announces guidelines for $5 billion Clean School Bus Program

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is unveiling its historic, $5 billion Clean School Bus Program on Friday. This new program, created by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act signed into law by President Joe Biden last November, will help school districts replace polluting diesel buses with zero-tailpipe-emission, electric school buses.

News Release | PIRG | COVID-19

Statement: 1 million Americans dead from COVID-19

President Biden is acknowledging the loss of 1 million American lives to COVID-19 on Thursday. The Administration marks the sad milestone as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations have risen across the United States in recent weeks, most sharply in the Northeast. 

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