A conversation with Bob Poole and Chris Edwards
Building more housing will inevitably cause more congestion. The answer is to price the space where the congestion occurs.
New Yorkers' quality-of-life suffers from the negative impacts of cars. This is partly because residents themselves won't relinquish car ownership.
Hoboken is a dense, pedestrian-oriented city. So why is its road space overwhelmingly dedicated to personal automobiles?
Despite the billions spent on the Kennedy-Lincoln bridge expansions, traffic has actually declined.
Reviewing some ideas from the "father of congestion pricing."
A review of Peter Norton's latest book.