55 Blog Posts From the Infrastructure Tag


A State Should Never Lease Its Roads

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A State Should Never Lease Its Roads

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared in October 2020 as an NMA E-Newsletter #614. If you would like to receive our one-topic weekly E-Newsletter, join the NMA today. Reason Foundation’s Transportation Guru Robert Poole released a study in August of how nine states could financially benefit if they were to lease their toll road systems to […]

Big Data in Connected Smart Cars: Myths & Reality

Big Data in Connected Smart Cars: Myths & Reality

Today’s smart cars collect a wide variety of data, from the road’s width, information about potential hazards, a history of user behavior, and so much more. Connected cars are just a small piece of the IoT, which is helping to make our world more interconnected than ever before. Whether you are feeding information to your […]

Wanna Bet? How Casino Gambling Will Pay the Way for Highway Funding in Arkansas, Part 2

Wanna Bet? How Casino Gambling Will Pay the Way for Highway Funding in Arkansas, Part 2

By Thomas Beckett, Arkansas NMA Member Editor’s Note: In 2020, for the Driving in America blog, Thomas has already written three posts on how a small state like Arkansas is working to fund infrastructure projects and an additional post on how Arkansas is raising speed limits. His last post was Part 1 of Wanna Bet? […]

Don’t Let Congestion Pricing Take Hold in the US

Don’t Let Congestion Pricing Take Hold in the US

Before the pandemic, cities around the country were talking about implementing congestion pricing. Experts believe that charging a fee for parts of streets and highways used the most at the busiest times of day reduces demand. They believe that this tax incentivizes drivers to switch to other modes, other routes, or even travel at different […]

Are Tolls already a Done Deal when Officials ask for Public Comments?

Are Tolls already a Done Deal when Officials ask for Public Comments?

Even before the COVID-19 crisis, funding new roads and bridges has been challenging. Inevitably, the idea of creating tolls to fund new builds or rebuilds comes up for discussion. Sometimes toll roads are ramrodded through with little public input as happened in Florida recently. Residents in San Clemente, California, have been organizing for years against […]

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