Because being there is what's most important, WPC's Center for Transportation researches and analyzes the best practices for relieving traffic congestion by recapturing a vision of a system based on freedom of movement.
About the Center for Transportation
Center for Transportation
Launched in 2006, the Center for Transportation researches and analyzes the best practices for relieving traffic congestion by recapturing a vision of a system based on freedom of movement. Key aspects of this vision include reducing structural barriers that drive up costs, linking congestion relief with spending, improving accountability and transparency with the Department of Transportation and other local, state and federal transportation agencies.
Top Policy Recommendations for 2013
- Constitutionally protect highway toll revenue so it is devoted solely to highway purposes.
- Make Sound Transit more accountable to the public by making its governing body a directly elected board.
- Respect people’s right to mobility by making traffic congestion reduction an official policy goal.
Director Bob Pishue
Bob Pishue is director of WPC’s Center for Transportation. Prior to joining Washington Policy Center in 2013, Bob interned at the Washington Research Council where he produced policy briefs on initiatives and referenda. His last role was the IT and HR Manager for a Bellevue-based retailer. A Washington resident throughout his life, Bob grew up in Everett and graduated from Central Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in economics. Bob serves on his church’s annual audit committee and is also an avid golfer. He lives in Kirkland.
For questions or for more information from the Center for Transportation please e-mail bpishue [at] washingtonpolicy [dot] org.