Funding Future Mobility
June 10, 2014
The Gas Tax: A System at Risk
In Exit 10, Ed Regan explains how increased fuel efficiency is nullifying the gas tax's sustainability.
April 07, 2014
Widening Mobility Funding Gap Fuels Urgency
In Exit 9, Ed Regan examines the implications of the rapidly depleting Highway Trust Fund.
December 02, 2013
Obstacles and Potholes in the Path to Interstate Tolling
In Exit 8, Ed Regan discusses toll collection challenges and hurdles with tolling our existing interstate system.
July 30, 2013
Electronic Tolling: Key to Rebuilding the Interstate System
In Exit 7 of the Funding Future Mobility series, Ed Reagan advocates electronic tolling to rebuild and preserve the crumbling U.S. interstate highway system.
April 12, 2013
The Aging Interstate Highway System: Our Biggest Funding Challenge
Few would disagree that America’s interstate highway system was one of the most important transportation investments, but current funding isn't sustainable for long-term maintenance and expansion.
August 16, 2012
Settling the Bill: Putting Transportation Costs in Perspective
In the fifth stop of our "Funding Future Mobility" thought leadership series, Ed Regan explores how the public views transportation as a basic entitlement.
August 15, 2012
Changing Lanes: Fractured Public Opinion on Infrastructure Investment
In the fourth stop of our "Funding Future Mobility" thought leadership series, Ed Regan takes a look at a survey that explores the importance of U.S. infrastructure and the public’s willingness to improve it.
June 08, 2012
Ground Zero: Los Angeles Region Takes the Reins to Fund its Mobility
As part of the third stop in our transportation infrastructure thought leadership series, we take a slight detour to explore how the Los Angeles, California, USA urban area is taking steps to fund its own mobility.
June 07, 2012
Ground Zero: America’s Cities Need New Infrastructure and Transit Funding
This is the third stop in our transportation infrastructure thought leadership series. In “Ground Zero,” we discuss how U.S. cities are the hardest hit in the need for improved mobility, including the challenges of public transit funding.
February 17, 2012
How Little We Pay: Exploring the Current Transportation Tax “Burden”
This is the second stop in our transportation infrastructure thought leadership series. In “How Little We Pay,” we examine the actual cost of the U.S. gas tax and show how current investments in vital mobility resources stack up against other costs.