These are strange days. Back in February 2011, David Levinson and I wrote a good policy paper for the Brookings Institution. We argue that that revenue from the gasoline tax should be directed to financing the repair of existing transport infrastructure and that a Transport Infrastructure bank should be created. For a copy of our report, click here.
Here is some praise for our study from the National Review’s Reihan Salam.
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