Oregon rejected common sense solution to traffic congestion

Posted April 10, 2018 | by John Ley
Oregon rejected common sense solution during tolling talks By John Ley, Camas. The April 10th, 2018 issue of The Reflector At the Feb. ODOT “no-Value” Tolling Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) meeting, there were amazing developments citizens must know. There more

Light rail won’t solve congestion problems

Posted March 22, 2018 | by John Ley
Letter: Light rail won’t solve problems By John Ley, Camas Published: March 22, 2018 in The Columbian. (here) Opinion Editor Greg Jayne’s March 11 column was right on target — citizens rejected light rail because it won’t solve congestion problems. Only 1,500 people more

“Congestion relief” (tolls) from around the country

Posted March 4, 2018 | by John Ley
The toll on I-66 inside the Beltway hit $46.50 on Tuesday That's the headline in the Washington Post, regarding a relatively new "congestion pricing" program in northern Virginia.  "The toll on Interstate 66 inside the Capital more

A Tale of Two Transportation Projects

Posted February 12, 2018 | by John Ley
"Where's the Value?" (The Reflector (here) and the Camas Post Record (here) published slightly different versions. Last fall the Vancouver City Council was briefed on Oregon’s “value pricing” and the Policy Advisory Committee. The stated purpose of more