Sunday, April 29, 2007

The $1.1 billion question

Monday April 30th was the deadline for cities to submit their congestion relief programs to receive a piece of the US DOT's $130 million urban partnership agreements for reducing traffic -- part of its $1.1 billion strategy to reduce urban congestion. It will be interesting to see the results, especially considering that tolling, the number one anti-congestion strategy in the DOT's strategy has been so wildly unpopular.

Businessweek:Private roads a dead end
Texas stops private toll roads
Texas governor poised to veto toll ban

1 comment:

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