Transportation

Publications

STB Revenue Adequacy Letter
Nick Zaiac

Dear Chairmen Fischer and Lipinski, Ranking Members Duckworth and Crawford, and Members of the Subcommittees,

We write to you today to emphasize the significance of the Surface Transportation…

, Washington Examiner
California lawmakers risk ‘gigantic costs’ to cut emissions in transportation
Nick Zaiac

From Washington Examiner:

“They are making a political effort to address the problem [of climate change] as they see it. That doesn’t mean it’s not going to have gigantic costs,” Nick Zaiac…

R Sheet On Fuel Delivery
C. Jarrett Dieterle & Nick Zaiac
R Sheet on Airport Rental Car Access
C. Jarrett Dieterle & Nick Zaiac
Request for Feedback from the Bipartisan Bicameral Automated Vehicle Working Group
Nick Zaiac

Introduction
On behalf of TechFreedom, the R Street Institute, Americans for Prosperity, and the Center for Growth and Opportunity we submit these comments in response to the request for feedback of…

, National Interest
Give China a Chance to Improve America’s Transit System
Ann Phelan & Nick Zaiac

In today’s day and age, we have no shortage of things to fear. Chinese hackers bugging buses or taking control of rail cars is not one of them.

Yet a provision in this year’s National Defense…

, Insider Advantage
Atlanta to Charlotte Bullet Train a Scary Boondoggle in the Making
Marc Hyden & Nick Zaiac

This Halloween, there is more to fear than ghouls and vampires. A much more insidious creature threatens to strike fear in the hearts of children and adults alike: a joint government plan to waste…

R Sheet on Rental Car Taxes
C. Jarrett Dieterle & Nick Zaiac
R Street Policy Study No. 185: Regulating Fuel Delivery
Corinne Day

WASHINGTON (Oct. 23, 2019) – A recent comprehensive study of state regulation found California to be the most regulated state in the nation. The state’s conflicting rules slow innovation in…

Regulating Fuel Delivery
Nick Zaiac

“Different areas of California have different fire risks, so legislators designed fire rules to reflect that. Normally, this does not cause many headaches, as most of the codes are similar enough not…