How express toll lanes benefit drivers
Today, 60 express toll lane projects across the country are providing commuters with faster and more reliable alternative to congested highway lanes.
HOV lanes have failed to reduce traffic congestion or emissions
Carpooling plummeted from 19.7% of commuters in 1980 to only 8.9% in 2019.
Steps to protect public finance from ESG activism
Public pension systems are particularly exposed to the risks associated with ESG and politically-driven investing strategies.
Abolishing Oklahoma’s death penalty would be good for justice and for taxpayers
Since 1981, 10 people in Oklahoma have been exonerated while on death row awaiting execution.
Abolishing Ohio’s death penalty would be good for justice and for taxpayers
Since 1979, 11 people in Ohio have been exonerated while on death row awaiting execution.
Testing mileage-based user fees as a replacement for Georgia’s gas tax
Georgia’s highways need a new, sustainable funding source.
How to improve transit service for today’s workers and commuters
U.S. metro areas need a new transit approach that is tailored to serving the needs of today’s workers.
Examining the Teachers Retirement System of Texas after the pension reforms of 2019
Senate Bill 12 of 2019 made reforms, but TRS contributions will likely be insufficient because the pension plan is using outdated economic assumptions.
What is a revenue-risk public-private partnership?
And when is revenue risk the better financing choice for the state and taxpayers?