Access Minnesota | Fix It First – Changing the Way We Maintain & Pay For Highways

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I was interviewed on radio by Access Minnesota talking about Fix It First – Changing the Way We Maintain & Pay For Highways

(based in part on the paper Matt Kahn and I wrote).

For the week of April 3rd, 2011

Guest: David Levinson, associate professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Minnesota

Issues: How we pay for roads; What’s wrong with the way we build and maintain our infrastructure and why; Opportunities for reforming distribution in Congress; Funding options through tolls and user fees; Sacrifices of repair instead of adding capacity; Building better roads to save money in the long term

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We don't pay enough taxes :)

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