Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy

Written by Mr. Alan Pisarski

September 2003

Forcing Drivers off the Road Won't Solve Virginia's Traffic Woes
Forcing Drivers off the Road Won't Solve Virginia's Traffic Woes — The transportation "crisis" in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads is dramatically different from the transportation "headaches" in less crowded areas of the state. Yet, major tax increases were defeated in 2002 in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads - the two areas facing true "gridlock" in the movement of cars. That's why new approaches are needed - and why this article makes sense. View PDF Report.

 

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