Innovation Briefs
Celebrating our 19th Year  of Publication
 
Abstracts Cumulative Index Subscribe From the Editor About Us Home  


Abstracts



2013 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998 | 1997

Vol. 21, Nos. 1-29; Jan/Dec 2010

  • Transportation Program Reform Facing an Uncertain Future

  • Notes from the Annual TRB Meeting

  • The Transportation Community Braces for Continued Uncertainty

  • The Clouded Future of the Surface Transportation Program

  • The Federal Transportation Program Gets a New Lease on Life

  • The Promise and Risks of Public-Private Partnerships

  • Innovative Financing is No Substitute for New Funding

  • Two Bold Predictions

  • U.S. DOT's Strategic Plan Stirs Controversy With Its Emphasis on "Livability"

  • Rail Transit Reconsidered -- Commentary

  • Some Frank and Unscripted Comments From Capitol Hill

  • Is the High-Speed Rail Program at Risk?

  • The Rail Debate Intensifies

  • The Accidental Legacy of High-Speed Rail

  • New Political Realities May Sidetrack the Transportation Reauthorization

  • Two Promising New Proposals for Solving the Fiscal Shortfall

  • Lacking New Revenue, Will the Focus Shift to Spending Restraint?

  • Congratulations to FRA on a Sensible Decision

  • Another Stimulus Bill or a Down Payment on a Bold New Infrastructure Plan?

  • Assessing Obvama's Infrastructure Plan

  • More Stimulus is Just a Band-Aid (Guest Editorial)

  • Transportation Funding in a Changing Political Environnment

  • The Miller Center Proposes a New Transportation Agenda

  • Living in Denial About Transportation Funding

  • Prospects for Transportation Legislation and Other Infrastructure Ventures

  • High-Speed Rail Debate Refuses to Quiet Down

  • The Federal High-Speed Rail Program: A Post-Election Reality Check

  • A Fresh Look at the Prospects for Transportation in the New Congress

  • The Unraveling of the High-Speed Rail Program

 



INNOVATION BRIEFS
10200 Riverwood Drive, Potomac, MD 20854-1536
tel: 301.299.1996; Fax: 301.299.4425; e-mail: korski@verizon.net