Baruch Feigenbaum is assistant director of transportation policy at Reason Foundation and lead author of Reason's Annual Highway Report.
Feigenbaum has a diverse background researching and implementing transportation issues including revenue and finance, public-private partnerships, highways, transit, high-speed rail, ports, intelligent transportation systems, land use, and local policymaking. Prior to joining Reason, Feigenbaum handled transportation issues on Capitol Hill for Rep. Lynn Westmoreland.
Feigenbaum is a member of the Transportation Research Board Bus Transit Systems and Intelligent Transportation Systems Committees. He is vice president of programming for the Transportation and Research Forum Washington Chapter, a reviewer for the Journal of the American Planning Association (JAPA), and a contributor to Planetizen. He has appeared on NBC Nightly News and CNBC. His work has been featured in the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and numerous other publications.
Feigenbaum earned his master's degree in Transportation Planning with a focus in engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
The evidence suggests that high-speed railâ??s limited success in Europe and Asia is not transferrable to the U.S.
Twenty cost-effective recommendations for the Tar Heel State
How and why the surface transportation reauthorization bill would deprive states of a much-needed tool for expanding investment in highways and transit
Narrowing the focus to nationally important transportation projects with proven economic benefits
The reasons public-private partnerships are being used to fund infrastructure