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Transportation

March 2020

Jefferson Journal:  Raising the Price on School and Road Construction
Jefferson Journal: Raising the Price on School and Road Construction —  By Chris Braunlich  Virginia faces billions in expenses for road, bridge and school repair.  Why are so many politicians willing to raise the cost of that construction so less construction can be done?  Read It Here!

September 2015

The Jefferson Journal:  Spending Transportation Money Wisely
The Jefferson Journal: Spending Transportation Money Wisely — By Michael W. Thompson  A good idea for better public policy can, at times, take years to become reality.  But when it happens it proves that old saying, "Every journal starts with the first step."  Transportation spending ia a good case in point.  (9/9/2015)  Read It Here!

May 2015

Jefferson Journal:  Keep Private Money in Road Projects
Jefferson Journal: Keep Private Money in Road Projects — By Michael Thompson  Congestion relief is badly needed in the Interstate 66 corridor, and it seems clear that a well-designed and executed HOT Lanes project is the way to go.  When it comes to financing that project, though, let's make certain Virginia recognizes that repeating the mistakes of the failed Route 460 Project from Hampton Roads to Richmond is not in the public's best interest.  A true public-private partnership is.  Read It Here!

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