Courtney Coughenour In The News

Profile: Courtney Coughenour

May 28, 2020
Business is booming at the nation’s largest dollar-store chain and it’s due in no small part to America’s growing appetite for groceries under shutdown.
StarTribune
April 27, 2020
Twin Cities residents are not driving as much as they were before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, but they are walking and biking a lot more.
Sci Tech Daily
March 7, 2020
Drivers of expensive cars are less likely to yield for pedestrians in UNLV study. Researchers also found that motorists overall yielded less frequently for men and non-whites.
treehugger
March 5, 2020
Nevada study finds that every thousand bucks of added value decreases the odds of yielding to pedestrians by three percent.
March 4, 2020
Running red lights. Dodging in and out of traffic. Or racing fast ahead—only to get to the next stoplight.
Driving
March 3, 2020
A new study in the Journal of Transportation and Health, unearthed by the dweebs at Car and Driver, suggests drivers of higher-cost cars were less likely to yield to pedestrians at a mid-block crosswalk.
March 3, 2020
If you drive an expensive vehicle, you are likely to be less courteous to pedestrians.
stuff
March 3, 2020
Most American drivers don't yield when a pedestrian crosses the street, but drivers of expensive cars are some of the worst offenders, according to a new study out of the US.