PPPs, Tolling, and Green House Gases

Don’t miss Bob Poole’s most recent issue of Surface Transportation News (no. 66). This issue covers issues and research on how to protect the public interest in public private partnership deals, how important tolling will be in future transportation policy decisions, how to automate HOT lane enforcement, and the downside to regulating green house gas emissions through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Previous issues can be found here.

Samuel R. Staley, Ph.D. is a senior research fellow at Reason Foundation and managing director of the DeVoe L. Moore Center at Florida State University in Tallahassee where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in urban planning, regulation, and urban economics. Prior to joining Florida State, Staley was director of urban growth and land-use policy for Reason Foundation where he helped establish its urban policy program in 1997.