Steve Hawley, Feb 10, 10.
Many experts and government officials believe that the gas tax will not be sustainable in the future as people drive less or choose more fuel-efficient cars.
Urban success strategist and writer, The Urbanophile, Feb 08, 10.
Reforming anti-urban bias in transportation spending
Vilas Bhuchar, Feb 08, 10.
Greenville's Bob Deuell said he would support a one-time increase of 10 cents a gallon in the motor fuels tax.
Steve Hawley, Feb 05, 10.
Participants of both parties said that rural, suburban and urban areas all need transit and expressed hope that transit projects can bridge the partisan divide.
Kay Bailey Hutchison, Debra Medina, Rick Perry, and Bill White discussed their views with the Dallas Morning News.
Steve Hawley, Feb 04, 10.
Houston is now in the FTA's proposed map of Texas Triangle HSR plan, but Ray LaHood criticized Texas for being unprepared, a view shared by many other analysts.
Steve Hawley, Feb 03, 10.
Developer Chris Leinberger says that since developers will profit from transit, they should also help local governments pay for it.
Founder, Victoria Transport Policy Institute, Feb 03, 10.
'Accessibility' is a better indicator than 'mobility'
Vilas Bhuchar, Feb 02, 10.
California state legislators want to pass a bill that would provide financial incentives for cities and counties to stop providing and requiring free parking.
Editor, Governing Magazine, Feb 02, 10.
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