Highways and Streets

Issues & Modes / Highways and Streets

There are over 4 million miles of roads in the United States moving cars, trucks, transit, and non-motorized vehicles across a seamless, integrated network. About three-quarters of the roads are owned by localities but the vast majority of travel occurs on major state roads and the federally-designated Interstate System. Today, this complex system is under strain as demands for upgrades and repair, safety improvements, and modernization mount.

Federal Bridge Policy: Past and Future

 Response to 1967 Disaster Created A Program That Has Gradually Lost Its Focus Originally published in Transportation Weekly, August...

Transportation Investment: New Insights in Economic Analysis

This is a PDF of the final report on a policy forum held by the Eno Transportation Foundation on February 23, 1999 in which 35...

Parking

This book examines parking policy, administration, land-use issues, and development and operating costs. It also provides...

Eno: The Man and the Foundation

In the annals of history, a figure sometimes emerges who, though not universally known, is nonetheless of crucial significance. Such a...

Parking – For Institutions and Special Events

A concise and insightful look at the problems that medical centers, colleges, and socio-recreational sports complexes face in providing...

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