145 Blog Posts From the Traffic Congestion Tag


Officials Pitch Wishful Thinking as Fact in Washington State Plan to Reduce Driving: NMA E-Newsletter #626

Officials Pitch Wishful Thinking as Fact in Washington State Plan to Reduce Driving: NMA E-Newsletter #626

By guest writer Mariya Frost, Director, Coles Center for Transportation Washington Policy Center Editor’s note: This post first appeared on the Washington Policy Center Blog. The state Department of Commerce is very clear about its views on driving: officials must reduce or altogether eliminate people’s need to drive. In their latest draft of the state energy […]

Commuters Need Transportation Resiliency

Commuters Need Transportation Resiliency

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director  Editor’s Note: This post was first emailed out to NMA members as Weekly E-Newsletter #606 in August 2020. If you would like to receive the one-topic E-Newsletter weekly, join the thousands of other motorists across the country as an NMA member today!  Most Americans drive to work because of […]

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 […]

Rails-to-Trails and other Insights

Rails-to-Trails and other Insights

By NMA Member Art Delagrange I retired at 55.  Now approaching 80, I haven’t been able to cycle the last few years, but before that, I spent much time cycling, mostly on rail/canal trails.  I have operated locomotives on rails that later became a trail and a shared rail & trail.  I think rails to […]

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