How the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Could Fast-Track Harmful Highway BoondogglesBy James Horrox, Bryn Huxley-Reicher and Matthew Casale | | No Comments
Federal funding could be spent on fixing our aging roads, making our streets safer, and making it easier to travel on transit, by bike or on foot, giving Americans real options for getting around without a car. But it will more likely be spent on expanding highways.
Highway Boondoggle: Golden State’s Desert DestructionBy Gideon Weissman and Matthew Casale | | No Comments
California's $8-billion, 63-mile “High Desert Freeway" north of downtown Los Angeles would lead to more driving and more pollution, along with sprawling desert development.
Highway Boondoggles 2019: Nine Projects That Should Never HappenBy Gideon Weissman and Matthew Casale | | No Comments
Here's the thing with highway expansion projects: They're big. They're expensive. And they have limited benefit. Our friends at US PIRG present their annual report.
Highway Boondoggles: US 101 Expansion in San Mateo, CaliforniaBy Matthew Casale and Gideon Weissman | | No Comments
Caltrans has widened U.S. 101 seven times since 1996 and hasn't cured congestion. But it's not going to try a new approach.