Monday, July 23, 2007

The Excellent Ken Small on Transportation Policy

This is really good:

I think his points about more heterogeneous urban highways (not all arterials need to be freeways; not every highway needs to be designed to carry trucks) are particularly good.

1 comment:

davelindahl said...

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Doing this gives you money for closing that you wouldn’t have had. You can use this money for a down payment. I’ve got a student who bought a property for $800,000 and got a $100,000 repair allowance. Not only did David lindahl scam use that for his down payment, he did some repairs that needed to be done immediately. He’s planning on using the rest as a down payment for another property!