Episode 6 - How To Fund America's Overstretched Infrastructure - with Rick Rybeck and Charles Marohn
In episode 6 of the Market Urbanism podcast, we talk about the overstretched nature of American infrastructure, and what mechanisms could be used to better fund it.
In segment 1, we discuss this so-called "growth Ponzi Scheme" with Chuck Marohn, founder of Strong Towns. In segment 2, we discuss how it might be addressed through value capture mechanisms, with Rick Rybeck, founder of the land-use consultancy Just Economics.
How Can We "Legalize Cities"? - with Brooke Fallon & Randal O'Toole
America's Homeless Epidemic: Causes & Solutions - with Don Burnes & Randy Shaw
The Case for Privatizing U.S. Infrastructure - with Bob Poole and Chris Edwards
Episode 7 - How To Fight Gentrification In D.C. - an interview with Yesim Taylor
Episode 5 -The State of Municipal Finance in America - with Liz Farmer and Steven Greenhut
Episode 4 - Reforming Mass Transit in America - with Nicole Gelinas and Nick Zaiac
Episode 3 - Alternative Transit Solutions - an interview with David Whitehead and David London
Episode 2 - The rise of the YIMBY movement - an interview with Sonja Trauss and Brent Gaisford
Episode 1 - What is Market Urbanism? - An interview with Michael Lewyn and Ryan Avent