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What Houston Could Learn from Singapore’s Free Flowing Streets

4:17 PM EDT on March 12, 2013

This video, made by congestion pricing wunderkind Lewis Lehe, could help explain how TxDOT could get its finances in order and reduce congestion on Houston streets at the same time. The answer is a smart policy in place in Singapore, a smaller place with a bigger population and much freer flowing streets.

We've featured Lehe's videos before, which present a compelling economic argument for congestion pricing.

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