Indiana toll road trouble

Although public-private partnerships (PPPs) for transportation infrastructure are often portrayed as losing propositions for the public, the private partner is sometimes on the losing end of the deal as well. As reported in an article in Bloomberg Businessweek, the private partners that won the

San Diego to buy bankrupt toll road (Is it a good deal?)

As reported recently by the LA Times, the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) is considering purchasing the South Bay Expressway (State Route 125), located near the US-Mexico border, for $345 million. The 10-mile toll road was initially expected to exemplify the benefits of

Road pricing: public perceptions and program development

As state and local governments grapple with reduced revenue from traditional sources, deferred maintenance needs, and traffic congestion, many are searching for ways to generate revenue and reduce congestion without making major capital investments. An NCHRP report released earlier this year,