There are seemingly incessant demands from Washington policy makers for enormous “infrastructure investments.” Whether it’s high-speed rail, expanded airports, or new highways and bridges, it’s always about dealing with a growing traffic crisis. But what’s really happening to U.S. transportation supply and demand? How is technology likely to change the situation? Where should transportation projects rank in terms of investing our finite resources? We’ll show you.
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