7 Alerts From the Induced Demand Tag


A Response to “The Automobile Won”: NMA E-Newsletter #706

by Sherman Johnson, NMA Maryland Member Editor’s Note: NMA e-newsletters and blog posts that stir debate serve the valuable purpose of creating conversation that often leads to a better understanding of the issues at hand. Sherman Johnson’s response to The Automobile Won (Part 1, NMA E-Newsletter #702, and Part 2, #703) follows. The NMA’s stance […]

The Automobile Won Part 1: NMA E-Newsletter #702

By Randal O’Toole, The Antiplanner Editor’s Note: This post recently appeared on The Antiplanner website and we thought it was an important piece for all NMA supporters to read and digest. Part 2 will be featured in next week’s E-Newsletter. Last month, anti-automobile activists led by the Congress for the New Urbanism announced the formation […]

The Relationship between Population Growth and Congestion: NMA E-Newsletter #676

By NMA Board Member Christopher DiPrima In previous newsletters (A Primer on Induced Demand Part 1 and Part 2), I outlined the complicated relationship between new highway lane capacity and induced demand – a much-misunderstood concept, which is often summarized incorrectly as, “you can’t build your way out of congestion.” In those newsletters, I described […]

A Primer on Induced Demand, Part 2: NMA E-Newsletter #665

By Christopher M. DiPrima, NMA Board Member Editor’s Note: In Part 1, Chris detailed two major causes of induced demand and explained why the overall supply vs. demand effects are manageable. Here he takes on some of the arguments which cite induced demand as a rationale against increasing highway capacity.   Having established the relationship […]

A Primer on Induced Demand, Part 1: NMA E-Newsletter #664

By Christopher M. DiPrima, NMA Board Member Editor’s Note: We touched on induced demand—the theory that as highway capacity increases, demand does also, thereby creating a never-ending need for more capacity—in NMA E-Newsletter #599 last year. In light of the current infrastructure negotiations in Washington, and the ongoing effort to reshape urban land use by […]

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