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  • Study: Shoddy Public Charging Infrastructure Hampers EV Take-Up

    Study: Shoddy Public Charging Infrastructure Hampers EV Take-Up0

    • August 22, 2022

    Policymakers at both the national and state levels are making a concerted effort to encourage the widespread adoption of electric vehicles among the general public. Here in Colorado, the Polis administration has set a goal of having 940,000 EVs on the road by 2030 as part of its plan to electrify the state’s transportation sector

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  • How The Colorado Transportation Bill Circumvents TABOR and Proposition 117

    How The Colorado Transportation Bill Circumvents TABOR and Proposition 1170

    • May 17, 2021

    Year-after-year, voters continue to send a message to Colorado politicians that they want a chance to vote on tax increases regardless of whether legislators call them “taxes” or “fees.” With this year’s transportation bill (SB 21-260), legislators have found multiple creative ways to disregard the will of the people. Their legal gymnastics to get around

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  • Getting serious about housing affordability

    Getting serious about housing affordability0

    • June 26, 2018

    Although many cities across the country are facing serious housing shortages, the efforts they are making to fix the problem are doomed to failure. Their so-called affordable housing programs address symptoms, not causes, and apply band-aid solutions when far different (but less costly) tools are needed. Median home prices in most American cities are less

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  • Mass transit is collapsing everywhere

    Mass transit is collapsing everywhere0

    • May 15, 2018

    Nationwide transit ridership in March 2018 was 5.9 percent below March 2017, according to the latest data published by the Federal Transit Administration. Following three years of steady declines, these numbers present a dire picture of the nation’s transit industry. Ridership declined in all of the nation’s 38 largest urban areas (and the 39th, Providence,

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  • Is Federal Infrastructure Spending Unconstitutional?

    Is Federal Infrastructure Spending Unconstitutional?0

    • April 3, 2018

    So what was the understanding in 1787-90? I have pieced this together over many years. In a nutshell, here it is:

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  • Congress should approve Trump’s effort to stop funding local transit boondoggles

    Congress should approve Trump’s effort to stop funding local transit boondoggles0

    • May 17, 2017

    by Randal O’Toole President Trump has proposed to stop funding new New Starts projects. New Starts, along with its subsidiary program Small Starts, is a multi-billion-dollar fund created by Congress, and funneled through the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), that gives cities incentives to build the most expensive transit systems possible so they can get “their

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