Robert Poole on Obama's Transportation Policy

Reason Foundation Director of Transporation Studies Robert Poole talks about the massive problems facing America's trucking and traffic infrastructure. As the Obama administration gets set to spend billions of dollars on "shovel-ready programs," green technologies, and more, how should it make the best decisions for travelers and truckers?

Use market forces, counsels Poole, not political pressure and environmentalist ideology, to get America moving again.

Approximately six minutes. Shot and edited by Dan Hayes; interview conducted by Nick Gillespie.

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