Archive for September, 2010

Try it, You’ll Like It

Not long ago I posted some research analyzing congestion pricing and developing a model in which people are skeptical of congestion pricing before it’s put in place but dig it after it’s up and running. A commenter from a British motorist group committed to opposing congestion pricing wrote to say that in London and Stockholm […]

Divided City

If you want to know why many Fenty supporters supported Fenty, look no further than Courtland Milloy’s sad op-ed in the Washington Post today. It’s not the racial animus. Rather, it’s Milloy’s suggestion that city government should be used as a jobs program for local residents rather than as a means to deliver quality public […]