A Brookings Institution reports calls on policy makers to ensure appropriate investments and programs to support workers in the transportation sector.
Sep 5, 2015   Brookings
For serious transportation policy wonks lately every day is like Christmas.  Climate change, bailout, deteriorating infrastructure, reauthorization, aging baby boomers, bailout, stimulus, new administration, economic development, global competition, urban redevelopment, bailout, etc.  One has all they can do to just keep up with all the relevant news and positioning say nothing of understanding it.  In fact, I don’t understand it.    Blog Post
Aug 12, 2009   By Steven Polzin
In January 1992, The New York Times Sunday Magazine ran a piece by Columbia's Nicholas Lemann, titled "The Myth of Community Development".  It was then - timed to provoke critical thinking about the Clinton Administration's vanilla urban policy of Empowerment Communities (EZ/EC) - a poignant evaluat Blog Post
Mar 10, 2009   By Charles Buki
<p>Despite efforts by politicians to enact policies that reduce congestion, the biggest improvements in traffic reduction appear to be tied to rising gas prices and tolls, according to data from New York.</p>
Jul 6, 2008   The New York Times
<p>The Wall Street Journal and other publications compare the energy and environmental policies of Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain, presumptive nominees for the 2008 U.S. presidential election.</p>
Jun 9, 2008   The Wall Street Journal