The physical expansion of cities, known as “urban sprawl,” has been a principal concern of urban planners for decades, which has led to the adoption of “urban containment.” The most important urban
Flint's new water system was never a cost-cutting measure, rather it was an expensive jobs project.
Shows the water crisis in Flint is entirely a product of local, state and federal government decisions and argues privatizing Flint's water system would fix the problem quicker and more effectively
Study shows why using property rights and providing incentives for private property owners in sage grouse territory would better conserve and expand sage grouse populations than the top down, one-s
The I-35 bridge collapse in Minneapolis has revealed the ugly truth about our tendency to put off the maintenance of infrastructure.
The government is required to quantify the costs and benefits of regulations they propose.
California is in the midst of a water crisis that threatens to do enormous damage to the economy and ecology of the state.
This paper, written by Kansas University School of Business Professor Emeritus Douglas Houston, studies how the Tennessee Valley Authority might be returned to the private sector after the governme
Its time to face the reality that the federal Highway Trust Fund (HTF) is no longer being supported by highway user revenues.
This policy brief, written by Reason Foundation Director of Transportation Policy Robert Poole, explores the advantages of a per-mile tolling system as a proxy for road user fees.