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Wisconsin has a transportation funding dilemma. How did it occur, and how can we fix it? Dale Knapp, director of Forward Analytics, and Robert W. Poole Jr., director of transportation policy at the Reason Foundation, discuss growing expenditures, shrinking revenues and tolling solutions. Their presentation was delivered at the Badger Institute’s Policy Symposium.
WI legislative leaders say tolling necessary for upgrading, maintaining highway system
WI can pioneer 21st century interstates, become a model for other states.
Bipartisan legislative support for a tolling study likely exists and is validated by two major reports
Join us in Milwaukee for lunch, presentation and book signing with Robert Poole
As the world moves forward with automated vehicles, Milwaukee clings to 19th century technology
Wisconsin ranks #38 in Reason Foundation’s annual report on best and worst state highway systems.
Tolling is the only realistic solution to transportation funding dilemma
Wisconsin ranks 38th in the latest state highway systems report.
Priorities should include tax reform, corrections, professional licensure and tolling
There’s a reason our legislators can’t get it in gear when it comes to transportation funding. The few realistic short-term options are pretty much akin to sucking a little more exhaust out of a tailpipe.
Interstate Tolling for Wisconsin: How & Why, a webinar presentation by Robert W. Poole Jr., director of transportation policy at Reason Foundation.
Wisconsin needs to solve its highway funding shortfall, and toll-financed Interstate modernization is a powerful tool for doing so.
The predicament in which the city finds itself is the result of letting the prospect of “free” federal money determine local policy.
About one-third of all state spending today originates in Washington, D.C., dramatically increasing the influence of the federal government on state spending priorities.
Wisconsinites need to get used to the idea of electronic tolls on our freeways. It’s a free-market solution to an overwhelming problem: lack of cash to pay for modestly modern highways.
Business, it is said, clamors to zip by train between Milwaukee and Madison. Business, we’re told, needs high-speed rail and…
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Commuter train boosters pull a fast one on the public. By Deb Jordahl Never give up; three simple words that…
Report recommends the Legislature and the governor repeal the minimum markup law as applied to motor fuel.
Why you’ll pay more at the pump