The Heritage Foundation

The Heritage Foundation decries Obama's anti-sprawl policies, claiming that smart growth strategies have only managed to raise housing prices around the country.
Mar 6, 2009   The Heritage Foundation
<p>The housing markets most affected by the subprime mortgage fallout are those with the toughest land use regulations, argues Wendell Cox.</p>
May 1, 2008   The Heritage Foundation
<p>Wendell Cox and Ronald Utt suggest that smart growth abuses are creating a "Rent Belt" of high-Cost areas.</p>
Jan 25, 2007   The Heritage Foundation
How does the cost of new rail systems compare to leasing riders luxury SUVs instead?
Jun 10, 2005   The Heritage Foundation
Wendell Cox and Ronald D. Utt accuse the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency of an "anti-automobile bias."
Aug 5, 2004   The Heritage Foundation
Is low-density development, a.k.a. sprawl, really more costly than more compact development? Wendell Cox and Joshua Utt of The Heritage Foundation question the assumptions behind the popularity of "smart growth."
Jul 22, 2004   The Heritage Foundation
The Heritage Foundation publishes a new report challening theoretical planning assumptions that sprawl causes increased costs.
Jun 29, 2004   The Heritage Foundation
Utt, O'Toole & Cox summarize the arguments against linking sprawl and obesity.
Oct 6, 2003   The Heritage Foundation
Wendell Cox criticizes the study that claim a link between urban sprawl and obesity.
Sep 24, 2003   The Heritage Foundation
Ending half-century old obsolete U.S. restrictions on tolls could finance much of the nation's new roads.
May 6, 2003   The Heritage Foundation
A response to the new religious campaign against SUVs pokes fun at the question, 'What Would Jesus Drive?'
Nov 24, 2002   The Heritage Foundation