Earlier this year, the Reason Foundation's Adrian Moore and Sam Staley, in partnership with The Union League Club of Chicago Public Affairs and its Transportation Subcommittee, outlined a market-based plan to improve Chicago's traffic woes. Through a combination of user fees, innovative financing, and state-of-the-art electronic tolling, the pair found Chicagoans could greatly reduce the hours they currently spend in traffic without raising taxes.
Moore and Staley presented their finding during a July 19, 2012 forum.
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