Dynamic pricing of street parking in San Francisco

Lynne Kiesling In all of the discussion this week of Tyler’s NYT column on pricing and constructing lot parking, an innovation in pricing street parking has been overlooked. Under a new pilot project in San Francisco called SFpark, street parking will now be priced using dynamic pricing. According to SFpark’s description, To help achieve the … More Dynamic pricing of street parking in San Francisco

A post which isn’t about the question marks swirling around high speed rail

Michael Giberson In a post that actually isn’t about the “question marks swirling around high speed rail,” Eric Morris quotes approvingly a remark from Randal O’Toole, a big fan of trains and also a big critic of public subsidies for trains: “I don’t expect taxpayers to subsidize these preferences any more than if I liked … More A post which isn’t about the question marks swirling around high speed rail