Wisconsin Millennials are shifting away from cars; Does this justify less spending on Roadways? (War on Cars Watch)

The Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group Foundation surveyed more than 600 Millennials across the state.

Of those people, 75 percent say it was either “very important” or “somewhat important” to live in a place with non-driving transportation options after graduating college.

Of the more than 600 students surveyed, nearly 60 percent say non-driving alternatives are important because its better for the environment. Forty-six percent say it also helps avoid parking fees and difficulty.

The report argues Wisconsin needs to spend less on highway expansions and invest in other transportation infrastructures like walking and biking paths.