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Reason Foundation’s Poole Still Likes Congestion Pricing
The Reason Foundation, bastion of free-market forces among Washington’s think tanks, still thinks the Transportation Dept. should rely on congestion pricing to tame overscheduling and delays at New York’s airports. In a new study, Reason’s lead author, Robert Poole, says the Transportation Dept.’s omission of congestion pricing, and of “a real auction that puts every [slot] up for bid,” makes last week’s plan “a band-aid that won’t cure delays.”