Federal Transportation Policy: Improving America's Infrastructure through Value Capture Funding and Its Incentives
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This project looks critically at the economic theories surrounding transportation provision, the history of federal policy and funding, and current transportation trends in America's urban centers. Ultimately, a land tax is proposed as a way to address funding shortfalls, perverse economic incentives, and land use patterns to improve America's transportation options and infrastructure.
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Pfeiffer, Abby, "Federal Transportation Policy: Improving America's Infrastructure through Value Capture Funding and Its Incentives" (2012). Senior Projects Spring 2012. 16.
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