Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Stuck in Traffic: Free-Market Theory Meets the Highway Lobby

"What to do about traffic is a political issue of growing importance. The cost of road-building is increasing, and a growing body of research shows that sprawl development stimulated by new highways quickly makes new roads just as congested as the old ones. Should congestion nevertheless be relieved by continuing to add more road capacity? Or should investment be shifted toward mass transit?"

Dissent (Summer 2006)

1 comment:

woody allen said...

I heard that Dissent and Comentary combined staffs.

The new magazine is called Dysentery.