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Vol. 24, Nos. 1-17; Jan/Dec 2013

  • Searching for Novel Approaches to Transportation Funding

  • Infrastructure Advocacy and Public Credibility

  • Obama's $50 Billion "Fix-it-First" Folly

  • Wanted: A Reasoned Approach to Dealing with America's Infrastructure Needs

  • States Seek to Become More Self-Reliant

  • A Lasting Solution to the Transportation Funding Dilemma

  • The Role of Presidential Leadership Examined

  • Eight Questions for Transportation Secretary Nominee Anthony Foxx

  • "Can-Do States"

  • Are We Ignoring the Obvious Solution to the Transportation Funding Crisis?

  • Are We Ignoring the Obvious Solution to the Transportation Funding Crisis? (Cont'd)

  • A Major Court Rebuke for the California Bullet Train

  • How to Avert a Transportation Funding Crisis

  • Tolling the Interstate Highways

  • Financing Major Infrastructure

  • A Major Setback for California's High Speed Train

  • More Setbacks for California's Embattled High Speed Rail Project

 



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