Baruch Feigenbaum is senior managing director of transportation policy at Reason Foundation.
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.
How Contracting Improves the Service Quality and Accountability of Mass Transit
Contracting deploys a robust set of tools to improve the service quality of mass transit systems.
How Transit Systems Can Provide Cost-Effective, High-Quality Paratransit Services
People with disabilities use transit seven times as much as the general population.
Private Buses and Jitneys Are Trying to Fill a Market Need
Private jitney buses in New Jersey are cheaper, faster and more accessible than public transit for some communities.
COVID-19 And Soaring Costs Are New Challenges for Texas High-Speed Rail Line
If Texas Central chooses to move ahead with this high-speed rail project, lawmakers and taxpayers should ensure it does not receive stimulus funding.
The State Gas Tax Money That Is Diverted Away From Roads and Highways
Half of the states divert state fuel taxes to pay for expenses unrelated to roads, including money shifted to law enforcement, education, tourism, environmental programs and more.
Michigan Enacts Comprehensive Tolling Study
The law could provide a long-term solution to funding and modernizing Michigan’s highways, which are in poor condition
Michigan Moves to Study Interstate Tolling As Way to Improve Highways
Tolling study should lead Michigan to develop sustainable funding streams for the highway infrastructure the state needs.
How Much Gas Tax Money States Divert Away From Roads
Examining the percentage of state gas tax revenue that is allocated for expenses unrelated to roads, including money shifted to law enforcement, education, tourism, environmental programs and more.
Testimony: Tolling Could Improve Michigan Infrastructure
Michigan’s Interstates and freeways are generally in very poor condition.