America’s transportation do-over could be a utopia or dystopia. It’s up to us.

Michael J. Coren
America’s transportation do-over could be a utopia or dystopia. It’s up to us.

In 1956, US taxpayers gave General Motors, Ford, and the American car industry one of the world’s most expensive gifts: A $26 billion interstate highway system (eventually costing $129 billion) and a transportation policy designed around the car.