July 22, 2022 • Commentary
Bus Rapid Transit is the practical, value based, and equitable solution to public transportation in the Campbellton Corridor.
March 4, 2022 • Reason
A federal gasoline tax holiday would undermine the user fee system for funding highways and could worsen inflation.
November 15, 2021 • Press Release
Transportation Expert to Testify on Mileage-Based User Fees for Georgia
November 5, 2021 • Commentary
Propane is an odorless by-product of natural gas processing and petroleum refining, but soaring prices for the fuel are set to cause a big stink.
July 9, 2021 • Commentary
Atlanta Braves’ fans still chuckle about Pascual Perez, who missed his start for the Braves after getting lost on Interstate 285. It was August 1982, and the 25-year-old drove around the 64-mile beltway […]
July 8, 2021 • Blog
When it comes to transportation policy in Georgia, good – or at least, better – things often come to those who wait. A decade ago, regional T-SPLOST referendums were pitched […]
April 16, 2021 • Commentary
Once upon a time monsters ruled the streets and highways of the world. They drank gasoline and diesel fuel, belched fire and spewed bad, bad chemicals and soot out of […]
February 26, 2021 • Commentary
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says one of his top priorities is addressing inequities such as “transit deserts,” particularly in communities of
December 8, 2020 • Blog
Transportation Tuesday is the newest in a series of Georgia Public Policy Foundation policy briefs. Others are Medical Monday’s Checking Up On Health and Tax and Spend Tuesday. The Transportation Tuesday post of […]
October 27, 2020 • Blog
Transportation Tuesday is the newest in a series of Georgia Public Policy Foundation policy briefs. Others are Medical Monday’s Checking Up On Health and Tax and Spend Tuesday. PPPs: An […]
October 1, 2020 • Press Release
Atlanta – The Georgia Public Policy Foundation released its Guide to The Issues 2020 today, providing policy recommendations on 13 critical areas that state policymakers are expected to – and […]
August 28, 2020 • Reason Foundation
Of all Americans living in poverty, 20% do not have access to a car and rely on mass transit systems to travel beyond their immediate neighborhood. An effective
July 17, 2020 • Commentary
Insanity is often described as doing the same thing over and over expecting different results. Consequently, if a specific result is desired, the best approach
June 26, 2020 • Commentary
Since it began in 2010, the annual Georgia Legislative Policy Forum has been an in-person event, drawing legislators, policymakers, businesspeople and interest
February 28, 2020 • Commentary
Citing an anticipated 2.9 million more people moving into metro Atlanta by 2050, the Atlanta Regional Commission Board this week approved a $172.6 billion “fisc
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