• Surface Transportation Innovations #38

    Topics include: reducing congestion in Atlanta; Urban Partnership Agreements boost pricing; the power of the concession model; AAA survey supports tolls over taxes; underutilized rail rights-of-way; refining the managed lanes concept; and other news.

  • Surface Transportation Innovations #37

    Topics include: talking tolling with stakeholders; paying for better transportation in California; reflections on the election results; video tolling comes to America; evacuation

  • Surface Transportation Innovations #36

    Topics include: Reason's new book on congestion; driving restrictions and air quality; the latest update from the guru of commuting data; two very different models of managed lanes; and other news.

  • Surface Transportation Innovations #35

    Topics include: Making urban highways more likeable through innovative design; Portland confronts goods-movement congestion; Brookings looks at costs and benefits of rail transit; and other news.

  • Surface Transportation Innovations #33

    Topics include: why American cities don't work for transit; dueling technologies for future tolling; cleaner diesel trucks and the implications for transportation planning; feedback on the Winston/Langer paper; and quotable quotes.

  • Surface Transportation Innovations #34

    Topics include: Reason's first Mobility Project study finds that adding capacity is key to cutting congestion; GAO study shows tolling's potential; feel-good, high cost air quality efforts; Tampa's new elevated express lanes; and other news.

  • Surface Transportation Innovations #32

    Topics include: Brookings' new study on highway spending vs. congestion; phasing out toll plazas; evacuations and toll roads; moderate growth projected in vehicle miles traveled; and news notes.

  • Surface Transportation Innovations #31

    Topics include: US DOT's new anti-congestion program; tolling key to adding highway capacity; Washington DOT congestion study recommends more lanes and pricing; debunking sprawl misconceptions; and Gabriel Roth's new book on market-based roadways.

  • Surface Transportation Innovations #30

    Topics include: new book on future of highways; long-term concessions in Texas; Fitch and S&P on private toll roads; sticker tags making real headway; pricing trucks at ports; gas tax contrarian; and other news.