A new study compares transportation sectors in the US and Japan, suggesting that potential crossover for American policymakers is minimal.
Chicago’s Commissioner of Transportation Gabe Klein talks about the role of private-public partnerships in cities today.
The public benefits of mass transit resulting from a reduction in traffic alone outweigh the cost of public investment in infrastructure in the LA metropolitan area.
San Francisco’s Controller discusses the financial implications of public investment in everything from mass transit to sports arenas
How should policymakers approach regulation in settings with weak institutions
High speed rail is coming, but where should it go?
Livability principles can help policymakers prioritize transit spending, especially for Bus Rapid Transit.