“Getting Unstuck: Washington, D.C., is Notorious for Congestion. Can Smarter Pricing Provide a Way Out of Clogged Highways, Packed Parking, and Overburdened Mass Transit?” by Helen Fessenden. Econ Focus, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Fourth Quarter 2015.
“A Transportation Planning Degree Combines Sustainability, Transit and City Development,” by Tracy Krulik. Washington Post Express, 03/14/2016.
“Commuters Don’t Stop Driving to Work Unless You Take Away Free Parking,” by Eric Jaffe. CityLab, 02/16/2015.
“U.S. Transit Commuters Just Got An Early Gift for 2016,” by Eric Jaffe. CityLab, 12/16/2015.
“Graduate students Andrea Hamre and Kyle Lukacs awarded 2015 Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship,” Virginia Tech News, 08/27/2015.
“Citizen Scholar award winner Andrea Hamre has deep-rooted commitment to public service,” Virginia Tech News, 04/30/2015.
“Eight Virginia Tech Graduate Students Receive Citizen Scholar Awards,” Virginia Tech News, 04/17/2015.
“PGG’s Andrea Hamre, Sarah Halvorson-Fried, and Anna Erwin – Citizen Scholar Recipients,” Virginia Tech Metropolitan Institute, 03/30/2015.
“The Problem With Paying People to Bike to Work,” by Eric Jaffe. CityLab, 03/18/2015.
“WTS-DC Congratulates the 2014 Scholarship Winners,” Connector-News from WTS-DC, 02/2015
“All the Ways Germany is Less Car-Reliant than the U.S., in 1 Chart,” by Eric Jaffe. CityLab, 02/04/2015.
“A Majority of Americans are (Technically) Multi-Modal,” by Eric Jaffe. CityLab, 10/17/2014.
“Free Parking Trumps Transit Benefits, According to Virginia Tech Study,” by Martin Di Caro. WAMU, 08/04/2014.
“The Danger of Commuter Benefits for All,” by Irvin Dawid. Planetizen, 08/03/2014.
“It’s Amazing How Many More Commuters Would Drive Less if They Didn’t Get Free Parking,” by Eric Jaffe. City Lab, 08/01/2014.
“Paying Commuters to Get on Their Bikes is Not Enough,” by Ralph Buehler and Andrea Hamre. The Conversation, 07/14/2014.