Policymakers should explore new, more consumer-centered systems for providing low-income assistance.
Congress and state legislatures should ensure that all lawfully present non-citizen residents who qualify for essential low-income benefits have access to them.
Asset limits for public-benefit programs should be increased to ensure that they do not discourage saving. These limits should then be indexed to keep up with inflation.
The federal Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefit level should be increased to bring beneficiaries up to the poverty level. States should supplement those benefit payments.
Policymakers should adopt plans that enhance the mobility of older adults and people with disabilities. Planning efforts should consider the effects of transportation plann
Policymakers should require shared mobility service providers to provide local jurisdictions with consumer travel data while protecting user privacy.
Policymakers should create communities that provide a range of safe mobility options.
Policymakers should promote passenger safety through measures such as:
States should ensure the safety of intercity and charter vehicles. This should include testing of occupant-protection systems.
Policymakers should work in partnership with a diverse range of stakeholders, including consumer groups and the private sector, to ensure that automated vehicles achieve their promise.