Op-Ed: Congestion Pricing Can Be Equitable, If Done RightBy Ethan Goffman | | No Comments
Editor’s note: A version of this article originally appeared on Greater Greater Washington and is republished with permission. Congestion pricing is a strategy that charges drivers more for using road space during peak demand times. It’s an idea with many potential benefits, from reducing traffic to improving the environment. But congestion pricing also draws criticism around […]
Multi-State Climate Plan Fails To Please All AdvocatesBy Ethan Goffman | | No Comments
The latest version of a multistate plan to lower transportation emissions represents an improvement, but still doesn't go far enough on environmental-justice issues, some advocates say.
Concerns Raised about Equity of Northeast Pollution PactBy Ethan Goffman | | No Comments
Will the Climate Transportation Initiative sufficiently benefit the low-income communities and people of color who have been disproportionately affected by pollution? Environmentalists are concerned it doesn't go far enough.
Bus Lane Enforcement Cameras Are Better Than Cops: ReportBy Ethan Goffman | | 2 Comments
Bus lanes are useless if constantly impinged on by traffic. Here's how to fix the problem.