The freedom to protest is essential to the American project. It also does not give you carte blanche to violate other laws.
The good news: Regulators have exercised unusual restraint.
Lawmakers should consider a user-fee system designed to charge drivers by the mile.
The Golden State's new rules—which Pennsylvania's Environmental Quality Board opted to copy—will increase the cost of a new truck by about one-third.
Kansas Cops Have 'Waged War on Motorists' by Subjecting Them to Pretextual Traffic Stops, a Federal Judge Says
The ruling draws back the veil on routine police practices that victimize innocent drivers.
The Absence of a 'Carmageddon' After the Philadelphia Bridge Collapse Doesn't Prove Highways Are Useless
The closure of I-95 is a teachable moment. But highway critics are learning the wrong lesson from it.
The argument has some appeal, especially to libertarians. But it's actually a rationale for sweeping statist constraints on liberty.
When you meet folks in their natural environment, it's easier to appreciate their differences.
State governments already want relief from the "Buy American" mandates included in the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
From immigration to drug reform, there is plenty of potential for productive compromise.
Politicians overstate the situation, and to the extent there is a problem, it’s their doing.
Last Year's 'Staggering Increase in Traffic Fatalities' Reflects Increased Driving After a Pandemic-Related Drop
While the fatality rate rose substantially in 2020, it remained essentially the same in 2021.
Pennsylvania has one of the nation's highest gas taxes, but those user fees haven't helped fix the state's poor roads and bridges.
It's one of the most expensive legislative packages in American history, but the $1.2 trillion bill will end up doing far less than it otherwise could have.
An Anonymous Jokester Installed a 'Merge Simpson' Sign Near a Portland Interstate. City Killjoys Took It Down.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation said that the sign was a safety hazard and therefore had to go.
The bill working its way through Congress would create a national pilot program to study replacing the gas tax with a mileage-based user fee.
A new report from the Reason Foundation highlights some of the worsening conditions of America's roadways.
These citizen meter maids would be empowered to ticket drivers for parking in bike lanes
"We love the city, we hope they fill the potholes faster. And if they’re not going to do it, we’ll do it ourselves.”
Yet another example of private citizens taking it upon themselves to do what the government is incapable of.
He's taken it upon himself to do what the government is apparently incapable of.
A full infrastructure plan is due to be released this January, and will make use of $800 billion in private investment.
One resident will have to pay $8,500 to install a municipally mandated walkway.
The network misreads federal data, conflating positive drug tests with impairment.
Oregon Holds Party for Finally Completed Highway Project That Cost Three Times as Much as It Was Supposed to
The state spent $365 million and over a decade to build five miles of rural highway.
Fatal accidents down over recent years, and distracted driving makes up a small portion of those.
Say it's not entrapment if someone takes a picture.
Q&A with Reason Foundation's Bob Poole
Let private investors take the lead.
Killing the Spadina Expressway
$10.8 billion in funds shifted around