Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Cities Doubling Down on Highways

Kimberly writes us to mention an excellent article in The Atlantic, “The Cities Doubling Down on Highways.  Physically expanding roads doesn’t cure congestion. So why are places like Arkansas spending millions to do just that? The real answer is similar … Continue reading

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I-66 Outside the Beltway Public Procurement Meetings in May

Public Hearings: I-66 Outside the Beltway Virginia Department of Transportation is holding three public meetings on the I-66 Outside the Beltway procurement process. According to the Washington Post, VDoT it could still opt for doing this as a public project, … Continue reading

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Virginia Seeks Federal Grant For Extension of I-95 Toll Express Lanes

The Virginia Department of (Road) Transportation has decided that the I-95 Toll Express Lanes should be extended because of the daily traffic jams that occur where they currently end.  The plan is to push the merge further south. Virginia has … Continue reading

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