Posts Tagged ‘prices’
I was browsing through some data about historical gas prices, when I found some an interesting graph from the Energy Information Administration. Immediately something jumped off the page at me: when looking at historical inflation-adjusted gas prices, every time the price goes above $2.50 we’ve had a major economic meltdown.
The Urban Land Institute and Earnst & Young recently released their annual infrastructure report. Infrastructure 2009 featured some really fascinating analysis of our national infrastructure, and made some strong recommendations. Chief among these is to shift the cost of infrastructure to users as much as possible. They explored a lot of ideas, but the two [...]