If the cost of government is hidden into the cost of our daily lives, we feel like we’re not paying as much as we really are.
(Editor’s note: This is fifth in series on why Americans don’t ride transit. The first is available here, second is here,...
The theme of this year’s legislative session seems to be transportation funding. In his State of the State Address, Governor John...
(Editor’s note: This is fourth in a series on why most Americans don’t ride transit. The first installment is here,...
Bottom line: If you already have a car, the variable cost of taking your car on any particular trip will be far less than the cost of riding transit.
Making transit systems work for more people would require using more small-box transit: small buses, vans, and so forth.
Taken as a whole, urban transit averages 14.1 mph, less than half the speed of driving in most cities.
How about you just let me do what I’m supposed to do as clerk and recorder. I answer to the public not to them. Let me do my job. And vice versa. I’m tired of them dragging me into this. They need to explain their actions and answer the public concerns. Stop diverting the attention away from themselves.
Senator Cooke cautioned upon the necessity of having new road funds entirely committed to road transportation projects.
It shouldn’t take an economist to understand that if fewer women study feminist theory in college and more women study electrical engineering, they will have access to higher-paying jobs.
Watching the leftist meltdown following the election is one of the greatest spectacles I’ve ever enjoyed.
School districts have a responsibility to ensure that every student is taught by a great teacher — even when financial times are hard.
Much of the city/suburb debate is a struggle over who gets to tax residents of an urban area.
“It doesn’t do anything but show the NAACP is out of step with the rest of African Americans in this country who want a good quality education for their students and support charter schools.” — Terrance Carroll.