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The Highway to Bankruptcy

The Transportation, Housing and Urban Development appropriations bill continues Washington’s bloated, inefficient, and politicized role in infrastructure spending. Read More. .

Why We Can't Have Nice Highways and Bridges

The Transportation Alternative Program siphons funding that otherwise would go to highway construction to projects traditionally in the hands of local governments. Read More. .

“Turn Back” Transportation to the States

Wasteful, inequitable, and bristling with burdensome regulations, the Federal Highway Program is in dire need of reform. Read More.

Transportation Policy in 2016

Solutions 2016 provides candidates for elected office the ability to quickly identify the key issues of the day and present clear policy recommendations, supported by facts, for addressing them. Read more.

The federal government’s primary role in transportation – building the interstate highway system –was accomplished decades ago. Congress should pave the way for returning responsibility and management of transportation to the states, and enact reforms to streamline the project and environmental review process.


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