Why Can’t Massachusetts Fill a Pothole?


A discussion on Transportation Infrastructure: Conditions and Costs


Baruch Feigenbaum

Assistant Director, Transportation Policy, Reason Foundation

Jim Stergios

Executive Director of Pioneer Institute

Kyle Smith

National Review’s critic-at-large

Do you feel like we throw money at our problematic roads and bridges year after year with no measurable progress? This phenomenon exists both at the federal and state levels. Currently, our elected officials have plans to direct even more taxpayer dollars to our failing transportation infrastructure, but to what end?

Join us for a special discussion with Kyle Smith, National Review’s critic-at-large and narrator of Prager U’s Why Can't America Fill a Pothole?, Baruch Feigenbaum of the Reason Foundation and author of the Annual Highway Report, and local expert Jim Stergios of the Pioneer Institute to discuss the systematic obstacles in the way of connecting our dollars to filling the pothole down the street and how the costs of our regulations compare to other states.

We’ll get discussion rolling with pumpkin martinis, seasonal apple cocktails and delicious nibbles by a roaring fire!

Cocktail reception begins at 5:30pm with discussion kicking off at 6pm!

To RSVP or to receive more information, contact Laurie Belsito at [email protected]

October 22, 2019 at 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Hampshire House
84 Beacon St
3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02108
United States
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Will you come?