Joe Hillman is a transportation policy research intern at Reason Foundation.
Previously, Hillman worked as an external affairs intern at the Cato Institute, a strategic initiatives associate at Americans for Tax Reform and an intern on Capitol Hill. Hillman received his bachelor’s degree in history and political science at George Washington University.
Transit contracting should always follow three principles: guaranteeing public control, promoting competition, and ensuring transparency.
This how-to guide shows how to successfully contract for mass transit services.
Ranking State Highway Systems on Performance and Cost-Effectiveness: North Dakota and Missouri Rank Best, New Jersey and Alaska Rank Last
The 25th Annual Highway Report measures the condition and cost-effectiveness of state-controlled highways in 13 categories, including pavement condition, traffic congestion, fatalities, and spending per mile.
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.