Foundation’s Aug. 28 Event Focuses on Transportation

Join the Georgia Public Policy Foundation on Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at the Georgian Club for a noon Policy Briefing Luncheon keynoted by Foundation Senior Fellow Baruch Feigenbaum, “Georgia Transportation: The Next Frontier.”

August 28 Event Focuses on ‘Georgia Transportation: The Next Frontier’

GEORGIA PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION EVENT July 17, 2013 Contact Benita Dodd at 404-256-4050 or benitadodd@georgiapolicy.org August 28 Event Focuses on ‘Georgia Transportation: The Next Frontier’ Atlanta – You are invited to join the Georgia Public Policy Foundation on Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at the Georgian Club for a noon Policy Briefing Luncheon keynoted by Foundation Senior Fellow Baruch Feigenbaum, “Georgia Transportation: The Next Frontier.” Feigenbaum, a metro Atlanta resident and Transportation Policy Analyst at the Reason Foundation, will unveil his new study, “Reducing Traffic Congestion and Increasing Mobility in Atlanta: … Continue Reading →

Friday Facts: February 1, 2013

Georgia law enforcement agencies seize millions of dollars in assets every year from people who are never even charged with, much less convicted of, a crime.

Register Now for Foundation’s Jan. 24 Transportation Event

GEORGIA PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION EVENT REMINDER January 15, 2013 Contact Benita Dodd at 404-256-4050 or benitadodd@georgiapolicy.org THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT Atlanta – Have you registered yet? With just one week left until the registration deadline, seats are filling fast for the Georgia Public Policy Foundation’s first Leadership Breakfast of 2013! The Reason Foundation’s Robert W. Poole will keynote, “Moving Georgia Ahead: What’s Coming Down the Pike,” at Cobb County’s Georgian Club. at 8 a.m. on Thursday, January 24. Just one week after the national Transportation Research Board’s annual meeting, … Continue Reading →

Georgia Transportation Investment: A Question of How, Not If

By Baruch Feigenbaum On July 31, 2012, voters in 12 regions in Georgia, including a 10-county Atlanta region, will decide in a referendum whether to enact a 1 percent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (T-SPLOST) for transportation. To help Georgians understand the ramifications of the referendum, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation has released an Issue Analysis: “Getting Georgia Going: An Analysis of the Referendum On Georgia’s Transportation Special Purpose Local Options Sales Tax.” With Georgia ranked 49th in transportation spending, the question should focus not on whether the state … Continue Reading →