Republicans and Democrats agree that more effort should be made to restore America’s infrastructure. But how should we decide what projects are funded? How much should be spent on new infrastructure and how much on reconstruction? How does funding and finance influence priorities? Should the goal be to create short-term jobs, long-term economic growth, or simply new transportation alternatives? Join four leading transportation experts in a discussion of highways, transit, intercity rail, airports and air traffic control, transportation finance, and regulation.
Setting Transportation Infrastructure Priorities
Featuring Baruch Feigenbaum, Assistant Director, Transportation Policy, Reason Foundation; Randal O’Toole, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute; Marc Scribner, Senior Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute; and Ron Utt, Adjunct Staff, Maryland Public Policy Institute; moderated by Chris Edwards, Director, Tax Policy Studies, Editor, www.DownsizingGovernment.org, Cato Institute.