- About Reason
- Policy Areas
- Policy Studies
- Press Room
Get weekly updates from Reason.
Today's Top Topics
Policy Study Authors
Chris Swenson, president of CRSPE, Inc., has been involved in numerous aspects of transportation engineering and planning for 23 years. Mr. Swenson is nationally known for his
work in the development of market-based transportation demand management programs, particularly variably priced tolls. He has personally supervised Project Development and Environment (PD&E) studies, the development of area-wide master plans, and large transportation corridor planning projects, as well as traditional and non-traditional transportation financing projects. While much of Mr. Swenson’s experience is in his home state of Florida, he has also supervised or participated in transportation studies in California, Nevada, Texas, Oregon, Virginia and Arizona. Mr. Swenson has authored multiple papers and has presented at numerous conferences including the annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board, annual meetings of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, the annual meeting of ITS America, and the ITS World Congress. Mr. Swenson received a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree in 1984 from the Georgia Institute of Technology followed by a Master of Science in Civil Engineering, also from the Georgia Institute of Technology, in 1985. Mr. Swenson is a registered engineer in the state of Florida.
- A Better Way to Limit Congestion on Roads
How applying the Managed Lanes concept to arterials could reduce traffic
Chris Swenson and Robert Poole
May 9, 2012
- Increasing Mobility in Southeast Florida
A new approach based on road pricing and bus rapid transit
Robert Poole, Thomas A. Rubin and Chris Swenson
March 27, 2012
- Reducing Congestion in Lee County, Florida
Cutting traffic in one of America's fastest growing urban areas
Robert Poole and Chris Swenson
February 26, 2009
Page 1 of 1
©2013 The Reason Foundation. All rights reserved.
5737 Mesmer Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90230 (310) 391-2245
Please email email@example.com if you have questions about this Web site.