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Baruch Feigenbaum is a policy analyst at Reason Foundation, a non-profit think tank advancing free minds and free markets. He specializes in transportation policy.
Prior to joining Reason, Feigenbaum handled transportation issues on Capitol Hill for Representative Lynn Westmoreland. He earned his Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning with a concentration in Transportation from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Feigenbaum holds a Bacehelor’s Degree in Public Policy from Georgia State University.
- Bus Rapid Transit and Managed Lanes
Low-Cost, High-Quality Transportation Solutions for the 21st Century
January 15, 2014
- Practical Strategies for Increasing Mobility in Atlanta
A plan to give Atlanta the comprehensive highway and transit networks it needs
August 28, 2013
- High-Speed Rail in Europe and Asia: Lessons for the United States
The evidence suggests that high-speed railís limited success in Europe and Asia is not transferrable to the U.S.
May 30, 2013
- Transportation Priorities for North Carolina
Twenty cost-effective recommendations for the Tar Heel State
M. Gregory Fields, Baruch Feigenbaum, David T. Hartgen, Robert Poole and Leonard Gilroy
April 3, 2013
- The Senate's Transportation Bill Attacks Public-Private Partnerships
How and why the surface transportation reauthorization bill would deprive states of a much-needed tool for expanding investment in highways and transit
May 11, 2012
- Evaluating and Improving the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Grants
Narrowing the focus to nationally important transportation projects with proven economic benefits
April 5, 2012
- Risks and Rewards of Public-Private Partnerships for Highways
The reasons public-private partnerships are being used to fund infrastructure
December 8, 2011
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